I ran the command. It returned "systemctl restart teamviewerd.service". I tried to log in to the Pi through another computer on my LAN. I got the invalid password error. Is there a command that I should have entered to make sure it starts at "startup"? I typed "teamviewer" in terminal. It returned: "Init.../xprop: unable to open display ' '/Checking setup.../Launching Teamviewer.../Launching Teamviewer GUI...After that, it just sits there. I cannot input anything. I tried to log in to the desktop via Teamviewer, but got the invalid password error message. The way I have been starting it is to log into the desktop via tight vnc server. Then, I have to actually start Teamviewer to see the GUI. Under settings>general>display name>raspberrypi and Incoming LAN connections>accept. Under the Security tab>, Random password>disabled. I also reset the password to make sure i am entering the right thing. By opening the GUI AND running the command you suggested, is that running 2 instances? Does the computer ID in GUI differ from the one generated with the terminal command? Any other ideas?
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Hi, First of all, THANK YOU for developing Teamviewer for Pi! It is the perfect fit! Now, for my issue. I have a Pi3 running Rasbian. I installed the Teamviewer Host Beta and it runs on my Pi. I can see everything when I am logged on the the Pi through vncserver. It shows the ID and password. When I try to access through Teamviewer, using the ID and password provided, it says I have entered the incorrect password. I went to settings and established a unattended password. I also set it to "accept" incoming LAN connections, since the computer I am using is on the same network (home). Tried to log in, again, to no avail. Let me know how to troubleshoot. Thank you, again, for developing this!
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