The latest Teamviewer on Ubuntu 18.04 works perfect, a big bravo to the people of Teamviewer.
Its amazingly light and super fast.
Keep up the perfect job.
I'm connected from my Windows 7 machine to my Ubuntu machine (18.04 LTS). What's happening on the Ubuntu screen doesn't show up on the TeamViewer session after getting connected. I can see the initial desktop, but if I do something such as open a browser or look at settings, the window opens on the Ubuntu desktop, but it doesn't show me that on the remote session.
The behaviour observed by Grodech is happening to me as well. Sometimes TeamViewer works but sometimes the screen shown to the client does not reflect what is happening on the host screen. Its like the screen is frozen when TeamViewer connects.
I tried 13 and 14 on 18.04 (minimal install) and no joy. Went through all community posts. Tried everything and neither would connect to the Teamviewer server. Even tried wine. Finally loaded the Windows version in a virtual machine.
I can't even get the GUI to load. Purged and reinstalled numerous times. Zero troubleshooting steps posted by teamviewer, no errors in the log. No gui.log, but I can't tell if that's been deprecated.Ubuntu 18.04 with Cinnamon 3.6.7
Init...CheckCPU: SSE2 support: yesChecking setup...Launching TeamViewer ...Launching TeamViewer GUI ...
and THAT'S IT. no errors that I have found so far.
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