Rudy Bernard

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  1. Hi, After many attempt to installs and remove various version of teamviewer, I finally was able to make it run successfully. I try to use many architecture package even if they were not supposed to work. The running teamviewer is at the following link. I know it's not supposed to work but it is. https://download.teamviewer.com/download/linux/teamviewer-host_armhf.deb Here kind of command that I used randomly (I know, not really scientific approach!) sudo dpkg --add-architecture amd64 sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 sudo apt-get install -f sudo apt-get update sudo dpkg --remove-architecture amd64 It's really great, but I mess up my network parameters and my bluetooth. I can only use and change them via command line interface. This is not was I need. Everything else is fine. Unfortunately, I can't make a clean install again with teamviewer available. Is there a way to trace back how I can make teamviewer work again? I guess if it can run once, it may be able to run again. I would be glad if someone is able to help. EDIT: I was able to manage the network problem so only my bluetooth isn't working properly. I still would like to know how can I trace back the teamviewer install. On a new and fresh install of armbian, Teamviewer launch and I see the interface, but I'm unable to have a Client ID. I believe this related to the teamviewer daemon since the command "teamviewer daemon status" do not output the same.