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it shows when i try to install like this..
teamviewer-8.0.20931-1.i686 requires libSM.so.6
teamviewer-8.0.20931-1.i686 requires libXfixes.so.3
teamviewer-8.0.20931-1.i686 requires libXrender.so.1
teamviewer-8.0.20931-1.i686 requires libXtst.so.6
teamviewer-8.0.20931-1.i686 requires libasound.so.2
teamviewer-8.0.20931-1.i686 requires libXdamage.so.1
teamviewer-8.0.20931-1.i686 requires libXext.so.6
teamviewer-8.0.20931-1.i686 requires libz.so.1
teamviewer-8.0.20931-1.i686 requires libfreetype.so.6
Unless you provide details, no one is going to be able to help you with anything. How are you trying to install it? What command(s) are you typing in? Where did you get Teamviewer? Some VERY obvious things wrong are:
You're installing version 8, when the latest is version 9
You say you have 64 bit RHEL, but are installing the 32 bit teamviewer
And most importantly, have you contacted Red Hat support??? They can help you with things like installing packages, and most likely will tell you to use 'yum install <package name>', which will resolve missing dependencies automatically. Unless you are PAYING for RHEL, you SHOULD NOT USE IT, but should be using CentOS instead.
thanks for reply TBone.But i tried 9 version also. it shows.
# yum install teamviewer_linux.rpm
Loaded plugins: aliases, changelog, downloadonly, kabi, presto, product-id,
: refresh-packagekit, security, subscription-manager, tmprepo,
: verify, versionlock This system is not registered to Red Hat Subscription Management. You can use subscription-manager to register.
You could try using --skip-broken to work around the problem
You could try running: rpm -Va --nofiles --nodigest
Ok, but you seem to have ignored things posted before, and didn't answer the questions you were asked. WHERE did you get the teamviewer RPM? Did you get the RIGHT RPM for your system? And HAVE YOU CONTACTED RED HAT SUPPORT????
The line in bold above is very clear: you either have not paid for your Red Hat Enterprise system, or it's not registered. Again, unless you install all the dependencies needed for Teamviewer (and it's TELLING YOU what they are), it won't work. If you don't register your system, you won't be able to install the missing dependencies, it's that simple.
So, your options are to pay for Red Hat Enterprise and re-run the yum command after you get subscribed, or rebuild your system using CentOS and use the yum command.