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TeamViewer for Raspberry Pi

It is one small step for TeamViewer, but one giant leap for the technological perspectives of a groundbreaking idea:  The TeamViewer Host for Raspberry Pi marks the turning point when the uncommitted talk about the Internet of Things (IoT) ends, and its true application begins.

IoT in particular requires secure connections to devices that very often do not come with graphical interfaces. That is precisely what the TeamViewer Host for Raspberry PI enables you to do. It allows control of a variety of IoT applications with our industry-leading TeamViewer solution, familiar to millions of users around the world

The TeamViewer Host for Raspberry Pi is a system service that allows for the unattended access of Raspberry Pi devices so that they can be maintained, controlled, or managed.

„Our team had a lot of fun developing our new app for Raspbian OS – it was an interesting challenge as we had to adapt our thinking and approach to a new environment", says Mike Eissele, Vice President Engineering at TeamViewer. "But our highly motivated team came through with flying colors. As a result, I am happy to announce the release of this preview version in response to many requests from the TeamViewer user community, and is our next step into the IoT space.”

System Requirements

Raspberry Pi 2 or Raspberry Pi 3
(Raspberry Pi 1 and Zero currently not supported)

Raspbian 8.0 Jessie with X-Server or Framebuffer VT

35 MB disk space

Features included

TeamViewer Host for Raspberry Pi preview version offers a number of features including but not limited to

  • Remote Control your Raspberry Pi from any other device running TeamViewer
  • Connect to your Pi using either the graphic interface or our unique headless mode
  • Choose between dynamic and fixed password for your access

Following the preview we are confident to integrate even more features for the upcoming final release.

You can connect to your Raspberry Pi using a dynamic password generated individually for each session.

You can also define and connect with a permanent password.

When someone is connected to your Raspberry Pi, a small TeamViewer window will always be visible in the bottom right corner of your screen.

You can control your Pi from any other device utilizing either the graphic interface or our unique headless mode, especially useful for potential IoT use cases.

Raspberry Pi and the Raspberry Pi logo are trademarks of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.