Installed the latest 15.3.2682 deb version. It installs but never opens. It shows a breathing icon on my launcher when forced to open and then disappers afterwards without opening teamviewer gui.
I just wanted to make known (probably you know it) that in Linux exist 2 ways to install the TeamViewer app.
The first is by following the steps of this post.
The second from the Terminal, by following these steps:
To download TeamViewer: Open your terminal and download the latest TeamViewer .deb package with the following wget command:
To Install TeamViewer .deb package: By using the following command as a user with sudo privileges:
sudo apt install ./teamviewer_amd64.deb
At the prompt Do you want to continue? [Y / n], type Y to continue the installation
I hope this to solve it for you
Thanks for your reply. I have teamviewer installed, it just does not open. The issue I am facing is very similar to this post: https://community.teamviewer.com/t5/Linux/Teamviewer-12-don-t-show-GUI-on-Ubuntu-16-04/m-p/4216
Yes, I read it, but I suggest to uninstall it and reinstall it once again for begin.
Maybe it sounds stupid, but may solve it!
I did that with no avail. I followed the solution in this post:
The second solution of the post you linked, it says with more words to do the steps that I wrote at the beginning, with some steps more, to delete the folder in the ~\.local\share\ folder, then update ubuntu, and reinstall TeamViewer.
To update Ubuntu (I believe you know it) run from Terminal the command sudo apt-get update
Have you tried this?
Yes, I did that earlier and checked it again. Its fully updated. Still teamviewer refuses to open.
try to re-read the question posted on the askubuntu portal that you have also reported. There is an update right under the initial request: it points to an interesting document that talks about a generalized problem of the Ubuntu 16.04 distribution with third-party software, not just TeamViewer.
It would seem that a workaround exists for this problem, but I personally advise you not to undertake it if you have the alternative of being able to update the system to the latest version of Ubuntu 19.10 or wait for 20.04.
Upgrading Ubuntu is not an option at the moment. Any other solutions?
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