RHEL + turboVNC, teamviewer version 12, 13, 14 will not allow connections
I have been using TeamViewerQS 11 on a RHEL 7 machine for years without issue. I have sucessfully connected to this machine using various version of the Mac OS license without issue (v11, 12, 13, 14) until recently. Now my Mac client is only allowing me 5 minute connections as the remote server will be deprecated soon.
I have installed (using the yum repository) and the x86 tar balls the Linux teamview client (quick support as a seperate package seems to have disappeared), versions 12, 13, and 14. It shoudl be noted that this remote (Linux) machine is a headless CAD machine that relies of turboVNC for graphics. I cannot run the Linux teamviewer binaries successfully without using vglrun; if I attempt to run the v12, v13, or v14 teamviewer binaries on the remote Linux machine without vglrun, the window that should contian the lincense and agreement buttons flashes up and them disappears (this is being run over a very low-rate VNC connection).
When I do start teamviewer with vglrun, I am presented with the license agreement window, I can accept the license, and I am then presented with the normal TeamViewer window with the newly populated host ID and password, along with the green dot indicated the host is ready to accept a client connection. However, none of these version will allow me to connect from my Mac (Mac Version's 14 and 11). I always receive an error indiciated that a connection cannot be opened becasue teamviewer is not running on the host (it is).
My present options are to abandon TeamViewer entirely and just VNC (extremely slow) or only have five minutes of connectivity at a time.
I am using the free license (graduate student, personal use), but I'd be willing to upgrade if I knew this worked.