Manish Jain wrote: > > On 12/19/17 19:55, Johnny Hughes wrote: >> On 12/19/2017 07:16 AM, Manish Jain wrote: >>> Hi, >>> >>> I am writing a book about Unix (Linux / FreeBSD) and my book needs >>> documentation for TeamViewer13 running under Centos 7 (64-bit). >>> >>> Unfortunately, running TeamViewer does not get me a GUI -- the install >>> went smoothly and teamviewerd daemon is running. >>> >>> This happens only under Centos. Under Manjaro, the same tarball >>> (teamviewer_13.0.5494_amd64.tar.xz) gets me a nice TeamViewer window. >>> But I need documentation for Centos. >>> >>> I have tried reinstalling via rpm (teamviewer_13.0.5693.x86_64.rpm), but >>> that does not improve things. With the teamviewer command, I just get >>> "Launching TeamViewer GUI" - but nothing actually happens after that. >>> >>> Can anyone please help me fix the issue ? >>> >> >> >> https://download.teamviewer.com/download/linux/teamviewer.x86_64.rpm >> >> >> That seems to be the CentOS 7 x86_64 version they say SHOULD work >> (currently version 13.0.6634-0). >> >> After downloading that, I did (as root): >> >> yum install ./teamviewer.x86_64.rpm >> >> It pulled in a bunch of qt5 dependencies. >> >> After install, I ran: >> >> teamviewer >> >> it worked fine. >> > > Hi Johnny, > > Thanks for replying. > > I seem to be having a very bad day. > > I uninstalled the old TV, and installed the version you indicated, but I > get nothing at all: > > /home/bourne # teamviewer > > Init... > CheckCPU: SSE2 support: yes > Checking setup... > Launching TeamViewer ... > Launching TeamViewer GUI ... > /home/bourne # > > I deleted ~/.config/teamviewer* and ~/.local/share/teamviewer*, but > still no luck. > > Is it possible that this has something to do with Centos 7 running as a > vm (under VirtualBox) in my box ? (But then, Manjaro vm works fine). Do you have a GUI running?