How To Install And Start TeamViewer Using Putty (Console Command) On UbuntuAnd Debian VPS ?

  • Posted on October 5, 2014
  • almahlppAsked by almahlpp

Hello . . . I’m new here . . . And I want to ask you about my problem . . .

I have order a vps with this detail with clean install ( Rebuild From Image ) : 104.x.x.x Active 512MB Ram 20GB SSD Disk New York 3 Debian 7.0 x32

I was try to install team viewer via putty with pure console command and it’s done smoothly . . . but when I try to get the Teamviewer ID with this command . . . The ID is not available . . .

How to do that ? I ask this question because I work with teamviewer and I don’t like using VNC . . .

Thx before . . .

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Looking over the documentation here it does appear that on some platforms teamviewer must be started manually after the installation is complete. While the exact command when using the Debian method isn’t clear in that document, you can try the following:

service teamviewerd restart


service teamviewer start