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    Default Teamviewer 8/9 not starting OpenSuSE 13.1 64 bit

    Hello everyone!

    This is my first post here in the forums, so I hope I do everything right.

    I have a problem with teamviewer versions 8 and 9 not starting on my machine.
    Wine is set up correctly in my opinion and it launches TeamViewer.exe but the application itself is completely maxing out one thread:


    Here's the output of /var/log/teamviewer/TeamViewer9_Logfile.log
    teamviewer 9 log opensuse 13.1 - Pastebin.com

    Has anyone an idea?
    Could there be a porblem with my machine having hybrid-gpraphics as there are quite a few freedektop connect errors?
    I have a HP Elitebook 850 G1 with:
    • Intel Core i7-4600U (2 Cores 4 Therads)
    • iGPU: Intel HD4400
    • dGPU: Radeon HD8750m, currently disabled with switcheroo


    Thanks in advance!

    Regards, Paul

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    Default Re: Teamviewer 8/9 not starting OpenSuSE 13.1 64 bit

    Same here

    Teamviewer.log
    Start: 2014/03/11 12:48:25.445 (UTC+2:00)
    Version: 9.0.24147
    ID: 0
    Loglevel: Info (100)
    License: 0
    Server: master15.teamviewer.com
    IC: -1389844697
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670 CPU @ 3.40GHz
    CPU extensions: h9
    OS: Lx openSUSE 13.1 (Bo (32-bit)
    IP: 10.128.69.xxx,192.168.56.1
    MID: 0x0a0027000000_2823c0b8_d41d8cd98f00b204
    MIDv: 0
    Proxy-Settings: Type=1 IP= User=


    uname -a
    Linux AT-AT 3.11.10-7-desktop #1 SMP PREEMPT Mon Feb 3 09:41:24 UTC 2014 (750023e) x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

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    Default Re: Teamviewer 8/9 not starting OpenSuSE 13.1 64 bit

    Did you install it like this;

    Download http://download.teamviewer.com/downl...ewer_linux.rpm

    Then run; zypper in -y teamviewer_linux.rpm

    Zypper will install the necessary dependencies and this will allow you to easily upgrade Teamviewer in the future with an RPM.

    I just tested it in a 13.1 VM and it seems to work fine.
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    Default Re: Teamviewer 8/9 not starting OpenSuSE 13.1 64 bit

    @OP: you're taking the wrong steps. When looking for / wanting to use software:
    1. Yast's software manager
    2. http://software.opensuse.org
    3. Manufacturer rpm's using zypper. Rather find someone, that will build proper openSUSE packages, but stuff like Skype, Google Earth etc. can be installed this way
    4. Compile from sources
    8. Use wine to run the windu version.
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    Default Re: Teamviewer 8/9 not starting OpenSuSE 13.1 64 bit

    Quote Originally Posted by Miuku View Post
    Did you install it like this;

    Download http://download.teamviewer.com/downl...ewer_linux.rpm

    Then run; zypper in -y teamviewer_linux.rpm

    Zypper will install the necessary dependencies and this will allow you to easily upgrade Teamviewer in the future with an RPM.

    I just tested it in a 13.1 VM and it seems to work fine.
    Yes, I've done that. First tried apper which didn't work then tried zypper in shell, also no luck.
    Teamviewer runs fine on my Arch/Debian/Ubuntu boxes though.


    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
    @OP: you're taking the wrong steps. When looking for / wanting to use software:
    1. Yast's software manager
    2. http://software.opensuse.org
    3. Manufacturer rpm's using zypper. Rather find someone, that will build proper openSUSE packages, but stuff like Skype, Google Earth etc. can be installed this way
    4. Compile from sources
    8. Use wine to run the windu version.
    Thanks for the advice but
    1. No package in the main Repos
    2. No package in the community Repos
    3. Is the one I've tried with no luck
    4. Can't do that as it's closed source
    5. Windows-Version on WINE get's blocked from the TV-Servers as it's not official

    Any ideas?

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