Hi, I've solved the issue by now. Like @ChristianCay said, TV wasn't able to grab the screen after X started. The solution was to use LightDM instead of Nodm as display manager and to replace matchbox with openbox. Now TV can still be started during boot using systemd and I can connect to both console and X session. I'm not sure why nodm/matchbox can't share the screen with TV, but anyhow, this way it works fine for me.
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Hi all, I've successfully installed TeamViewer Host 12 on Debian Jessie. The service is running in headless mode, starts on boot and I can connect without problems to the console. Although TeamViewer runs in headless mode, there's actually a monitor connected as the PC is functioning as a kiosk and also needs to start a fullscreen Chrome session using nodm and xinit. Now the issue is: without an X session I can connect just fine. I can also start nodm and switch between the virtual console and the X session. However, once I disconnect TeamViewer, I can no longer (re)connect as long as the X session is running. Sometimes the client also disappears from my list of available clients, sometimes it doesn't. So, is it even possible to run TeamViewer in headless mode _and_ run an X session _and_ still accept incoming connections? Or do I have to start TeamViewer from X and run it in GUI mode (I'd rather not). And if it is possible, what am I doing wrong? Thank you, Rogier
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