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Teamviewer 13 not connecting in Ubuntu 18.04 Login Screen

I installed Ubuntu 18.04, and I noticed that in the Login Screen Teamviewer (teamviewer_13.1.3026_amd64) is not connecting.

However, when I log in then Im able to use Teamviewer.

I didn't have this issue with Ubuntu 16.04 and teamviewer_13.1.3026_amd64.

 

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  • beduoin
    beduoin Posts: 1

    I'm having the same issue. I can log in, but won't connect to host.

  • Smeg
    Smeg Posts: 1
    I get a similar issue. After reboot, I cannot connect via Teamviewer.

    Following manual login, Teamviewer is able to connect at the login screen until the next reboot.
  • dtstanton
    dtstanton Posts: 11

    Same here. On Ubuntu 18.04 bootup, Teamviewer 13 does not start. Starts after login.

  • Esther
    Esther Posts: 3,186 Community Manager
    Hi there, thanks for the hint. I removed beaver from the filter.

    Best, Esther
    Community Manager
  • dtstanton
    dtstanton Posts: 11

    That worked. Thank you!

  • LowKi
    LowKi Posts: 1

    That workaround link is 404.. can someone transcribe post relevant information?

  • Hi, 

    Links are 404 because Teamviewer forum didn't allow me to write full urls as in their content have beaver word.

    https:// linuxconfig.org/how-to-install-teamviewer-on-ubuntu-18-04-bionic-**bleep**-linux
    Substitute the **bleep** by beaver word.

  • <TL;DR>

    sudo gedit /etc/gdm3/custom.conf

    Uncomment this line in custom.conf file:

    WaylandEnable=false

    and Reboot.

  • 905jay
    905jay Posts: 1

    I can confirm with TeamViewer 14 and Ubuntu 18.10 that this works

  • Jocafi
    Jocafi Posts: 1

    Thanks bobgutierrez.

    It solved the problem on my Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and TeamViewer 15.6.7

    Best Regards,

    Jocafi

  • Kylian01
    Kylian01 Posts: 32

    this problem is not only un Ubuntu i have it on

    Arch
    Manajro
    Ubuntu
    Debian
    Fedora

  • This works for Ubuntu 20 And Teamviewer 15.


    @bobgutierrez wrote:

    <TL;DR>

    sudo gedit /etc/gdm3/custom.conf

    Uncomment this line in custom.conf file:

    WaylandEnable=false

    and Reboot.


     

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