there is no difference between an updated FullMonty and a 2010.7 installation because: FullMonty = 2010.7 + customized desktop.
However, teamviewer will especially not work for a new system user unless you apply the described patch for that new user. But good to hear it worked!
I think the teamviewer installer (setup by Teamviewer
and supplied in Synaptic) assumes to have a single-user system and will simply pick up and use the permissions of the first non-root system user. But then no other system user can run the program
Once you realize that the permissions are assigned that way the fix is straightforward. Btw, the linux version of teamviewer
uses a customized setup of wine under /usr/share/teamviewer/.wine/ and the teamviewer executable (/usr/share/teamviewer/teamviewer) is just a script using this customized wine setup.
@packagers: Hello Neal...
Not sure but maybe one solution could be to change the spec-file of the rpm by adding to define a group "teamviewer" and add all non-root system users to this group? Once there one could also add a desktop-file for teamviewer so it will show up in the PCmenu, a teamviewer logo could be downloaded from here