I thought I'd try using TeamViewer 12 to remotely control a ubuntu16.04 LTS desktop system from my Windows 10 PC but I'm seeing some issues. Some of the applications do not display in the TeamViewer but they actually launch on the Linux box. If I remote into the Linux box and try to launch say Kodi I see nothing on the TeamViewer window, but if I look at the actual desktop of the Linux box I can see Kodi running, and I can see myself moving the mouse around. I also don't see the System Settings screens if I launch them from the TeamViewer connection.
Is there a way to always see all applications/windows/terminals/EVERYTHING that happens on the Linux box in the TeamViewer window?
I might be using the wrong TeamViewer application. I had been running v12.0.76279 and I'm now trying to install teamviewer-host_12.0.78433_amd64.deb.
When installing I keep getting the following:
chad@MediaServer:~/Downloads$ sudo apt install teamviewer-host_12.0.78433_amd64.deb Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package teamviewer-host_12.0.78433_amd64.deb E: Couldn't find any package by glob 'teamviewer-host_12.0.78433_amd64.deb' E: Couldn't find any package by regex 'teamviewer-host_12.0.78433_amd64.deb'
So I'll have to figure this out and see if the host works better.
EDIT - UPDATE
Okay, I figured out this little issue by installing TeamViewer Host in a slightly different fashion. All of this is done from an SSH connection
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo dpkg -i teamviewer-host_i386.deb
sudo apt-get install -fThis downloads and installs all missing dependencies.
Okay, I guess I made things worse, kind of....
I now don't have any control over the Linux box from within TeamViewer. If I move the physical mouse and open programs from the desktop I see that happening in TeamViewer but I cannot interact with the session at all.
I don't have an option to request control.
From the desktop, I don't have an option to pass control to TeamViewer.
At this point, I'm not even sure where to look next.