In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to setup your home computers so that you can remotely connect to them via Teamviewer. This should work whether you have Windows or Linux computers with teamviewer installed. This is called unattended access.
To get started, download Linux version of Teamviewer here.
Open with ‘Ubuntu Software Center (default). When Software Center opens, click ‘Install’ to install Teamviewer 5
After installing, go to Applications – > Internet –> TeamViewer.
Then click ‘Extras –> Options’.
Select ‘Security’, then enter and confirm your password for unattended access to your system. This will allow you to login with your password instead of a auto-generated password.
Next take notes of your ID. This is the ID you’ll need to type in order to login to this computer.
Because Teamviewer doesn’t start automatically, you’ll need to create a process to make it start automatically. To do that, go to System –> Preferences –> Startup Applications.
Type the information shown below. The command for Teamviewer is:
Next, make your account to automatically login without passwords. To do that, go to System –> Administration –> Login Screen.
Select the account to automatically login with and close out.
Restart your computer to test. If all went well, you should login automatically and Teamviewer should also start automatically.
Connecting to your Home PC:
From a Windows or other computer, download Teamviewer from here.
After installing, enter your Home PC ID in the ID field and click ‘Connect to partner’.
Enter the password your created and click Log On.
This is a great way to remotely logon to your home PC via Teamviewer. If you remotely restart your computer, it should be a problem because your account is set to logon automatically.
Thanks for reading and please come back soon.