If you are trying to install the 64 bit version of TV I may have a solution for you - it worked for me and I was having the same issues as others in this thread.
The 32 bit packages are a waste of time on maya 64 bit, they leave it in a broken state. The 64 bit packages would go part way through then complain about broken dependencies and error out.
After some research I concluded that the ubuntu repo's are "broken" with regard to this package. Referring to the WineHQ website (http://www.winehq.org/download/ubuntu
) I decide to add the official wine ppa and use that.
So, try the following...
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sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa
sudo apt-get update
Now install wine from either synaptic or with the relevant apt-get command (you can choose wine 1.4 (stable) or 1.5 (beta) ) - I chose 1.4 for stability.
At this point you should have had a valid wine install and should be able to run the teamviewer_linux.tar.gz (v7) version if you wish.
Now install the TV V8 64 bit package (or V7, I used the 8, the dependencies appear to be the same) - note that the number of dependencies should have gone down from over 200 to 172 (on a clean install, YMMV).
That should do it. For me, it worked and TV8 fired up - all connectivity was fine and I could control other machines and log into my account.
Hope this helps get someone else going with TV on 64 bit Mint.