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networking.dept 01-01-2011 09:56 AM

Running TeamViewer 5/6 as a root in Linux
 
Hi Friends,

There is a very simple method to Run TeamViewer as a "root". This can be risky but if any users wants to running TeamViewer 5 and 6 As root then I have written a small article for the same.

Requesting you to visit article and let me have some feedback or whatever comments you feel.

Please read this article :- http://blog.ask4itsolutions.com/2011...tu-rhel-cento/

This practical performed on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.x, Ubuntu Desktop Edition, Fedora and CentOS

Hope you all like it.

archtoad6 01-03-2011 10:59 AM

Cease & Desist
 
networking.dept,

Welcome to LQ.

Your stats (2011-01-03 10:57:32 CST):
Total Posts: 8
Posts Per Day: 2.70
indicate that you are on your way to becoming an active & productive of the LQ community.

Unfortunately, the links in your signature are commercial. (Yes, I followed them all.) Even the one for your blog links back to your main commercial site. This is considered advertising under LQ Rules
Quote:

There is no advertising allowed in the forums. If you are interested in advertising, please contact us
& is not allowed; so please remove them from your sig right away.

Thank you for your co-operation.

networking.dept 01-03-2011 11:28 AM

Sorry for that
 
Hello,

@archtoad6, I have removed all links from my signature thanks for informing me, I want to know that should I keep my blog link? It's not commercial, waiting for your reply thanks.

archtoad6 01-03-2011 10:07 PM

Thanks for taking care of it so quickly. (+6 for co-operation)

The blog link is borderline because it is on a sub-domain of a commercial site, but more because it has, IIRC, 50% commecial links on it. For now, please keep it out. If you re-do the blog page, PM me.

Thanks again for your co-operation.

networking.dept 01-03-2011 11:37 PM

Not putting any link
 
Hi,

Thanks for your prompt reply. I will not post any link in signature, but want to ask you that i can post my article na, I can assure you that article only related to linux and open source and no advertising in that.

Waiting for your reply, Thanks.


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