Posted by Graeme1
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SSH Headless install on LINUX - Needs proxy setup

Is anyone able to assist with instructions on how to complete setup of Teamviewer via SSH on a Linux server.?

TV is installed and running ready for setup. Our environment requires a proxy and port to be configured in the software like in TV Host to continue - how is this achieved in TV server in headless mode?

Thanks.

 

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Posted by Graeme1
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Re: SSH Headless install on LINUX - Needs proxy setup

Thanks to the Support team we got this working, here are the steps provided. I did have to setup the password, vis teamviewer passwd <my password> at one point but it worked.

The fix was to edit proxy settings - documented but not obviously so to me. ;-)  

Also check this link which helped with the final steps : https://community.teamviewer.com/t5/Linux/TeamViewer-13-for-Ubuntu-16-04-4-LTS-connectivity-problems...

In order to use proxy for LINUX device would you would need to edit your TeamViewer config file.
config file at: /opt/teamviewer/config/global.conf

Please add below settings for manual proxy.
[int32] Proxy_Type = 2
[strng] Proxy_IP = "proxy1Smiley TongueortNum" 


(*proxy1Smiley TongueortNum will be your settings)

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Posted by Graeme1
Digon
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Re: SSH Headless install on LINUX - Needs proxy setup

Thanks to the Support team we got this working, here are the steps provided. I did have to setup the password, vis teamviewer passwd <my password> at one point but it worked.

The fix was to edit proxy settings - documented but not obviously so to me. ;-)  

Also check this link which helped with the final steps : https://community.teamviewer.com/t5/Linux/TeamViewer-13-for-Ubuntu-16-04-4-LTS-connectivity-problems...

In order to use proxy for LINUX device would you would need to edit your TeamViewer config file.
config file at: /opt/teamviewer/config/global.conf

Please add below settings for manual proxy.
[int32] Proxy_Type = 2
[strng] Proxy_IP = "proxy1Smiley TongueortNum" 


(*proxy1Smiley TongueortNum will be your settings)