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Old 01-12-2018, 10:17 PM   #1
nejnej25
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Teamviewer 13 No network


I installed teamviewer 13 on my CentOS 7 machine. Yesterday its working fine but now its not. It says at the bottom "Not ready. Please check your connection".

Here's the log:

2018/01/13 12:12:28.720 3169 140216006994752 S Logger started.
2018/01/13 12:12:28.724 3169 140216006994752 S Found 0 core dump files ...
2018/01/13 12:12:28.726 3169 140216006994752 S systemd: logind service available
2018/01/13 12:12:28.727 3169 140215874459392 S+ Thread: SystemBusIO1
2018/01/13 12:12:28.727 3169 140216006994752 S systemd: New seat seat0 [path=/org/freedesktop/login1/seat/seat0, activeSession='1', canGraphical=1, canTTY=1, canMultiSession=1]
2018/01/13 12:12:28.728 3169 140215882852096 S+ Thread: SystemBusIO0
2018/01/13 12:12:28.728 3169 140216006994752 S+ DBus: optional property DefaultControlGroup not found
2018/01/13 12:12:28.728 3169 140216006994752 S+ DBus: optional property KillProcesses not found
2018/01/13 12:12:28.728 3169 140216006994752 S LogindSessionInfo: New session LogindSessionInfo [id=1 user=admin state=user active=1 reliable=1 infoId=2212294583] [path=/org/freedesktop/login1/session/_31 TTY= seat=seat0 display=:0 vtnr=1 owner=[SysUser: admin [uid=1000, gid=1000 home=/home/admin gecos=admin shell=/bin/bash]] idle=0(1515816477223729) active=1 type=x11 class=user state=active timestamp=1515815706639248 service=gdm-password defaultCG= leader=1817 audit=1 remote=0 rHost= rUser= killProc=0]
2018/01/13 12:12:28.729 3169 140216006994752 S+ DBus: optional property DefaultControlGroup not found
2018/01/13 12:12:28.729 3169 140216006994752 S+ DBus: optional property KillProcesses not found
2018/01/13 12:12:28.729 3169 140216006994752 S LogindSessionInfo: New session LogindSessionInfo [id=c1 user=gdm state=greeter active=0 reliable=1 infoId=1591159457] [path=/org/freedesktop/login1/session/c1 TTY= seat=seat0 display=:0 vtnr=1 owner=[SysUser: gdm [uid=42, gid=42 home=/var/lib/gdm gecos= shell=/sbin/nologin]] idle=0(0) active=0 type=x11 class=greeter state=closing timestamp=1515815697532692 service=gdm-launch-environment defaultCG= leader=1543 audit=0 remote=0 rHost= rUser= killProc=0]
2018/01/13 12:12:28.729 3169 140216006994752 S+ DBus: optional property DefaultControlGroup not found
2018/01/13 12:12:28.729 3169 140216006994752 S+ DBus: optional property KillProcesses not found
2018/01/13 12:12:28.729 3169 140216006994752 S LogindSessionInfo: New session LogindSessionInfo [id=3 user=root state=background active=1 reliable=1 infoId=1842515611] [path=/org/freedesktop/login1/session/_33 TTY= seat= display= vtnr=4294967295 owner=[SysUser: root [uid=0, gid=0 home=/root gecos=root shell=/bin/bash]] idle=0(0) active=1 type=unspecified class=background state=closing timestamp=1515816061772444 service=crond defaultCG= leader=2675 audit=3 remote=0 rHost= rUser= killProc=0]
2018/01/13 12:12:28.731 3169 140216006994752 S SysSessionInfoManager: observing sessions from logind is marked as reliable
2018/01/13 12:12:28.732 3169 140216006994752 S+ LateBinding [libX11.so.6]: Loaded library
2018/01/13 12:12:28.732 3169 140216006994752 S SysSessionInfoManager: Session Information provided by VT [priority: 2]
2018/01/13 12:12:28.734 3169 140216006994752 S Starting as daemon
2018/01/13 12:12:28.739 3169 140216006994752 S! AsioSettings::FindExternalIP: found 0 external IPs instead of 1!
2018/01/13 12:12:28.741 3169 140216006994752 S UpdateOnlineState newOnlineValue 0
2018/01/13 12:12:28.741 3169 140216006994752 S+ tvnetwork::Offline: online state 0
2018/01/13 12:12:28.741 3169 140216006994752 S! AsioSettings::FindExternalIP: found 0 external IPs instead of 1!
2018/01/13 12:12:28.800 3169 140216006994752 S System uptime: 1086 seconds
2018/01/13 12:12:28.801 3169 140216006994752 S MID: Read from disk failed.
2018/01/13 12:12:28.801 3169 140216006994752 S SystemID m=1 s=1 56179f5d977f4e10a2144ad09cc664d7

Start: 2018/01/13 12:12:28.801 (UTC+8:00)
Version: 13.0.6634
ID: 502569502
Loglevel: Info (100)
License: 10000
Server: master15.teamviewer.com
IC: -1049100425
CPU: Intel(R) Pentium(R) CPU G2030 @ 3.00GHz
CPU extensions: y8
OS: Lx CentOS 7 Core (x86_64)
IP: 192.168.1.25,192.168.122.1
MID: l56179f5d977f4e10a2144ad09cc664d7:d43d7efa5a2b:d305d6c4edae4e97be7b68a973995536
MIDv: 1
Proxy-Settings: Type=0 IP= User=

2018/01/13 12:12:28.802 3169 140216006994752 S NetWatchDogLinux: using RTLink event handler
2018/01/13 12:12:28.802 3169 140216006994752 S RemoteSettingsMDRelationshipWatchDog: DEVICE ISN'T A MANAGED DEVICE
2018/01/13 12:12:28.802 3169 140216006994752 S RemoteSettingsStoreListener: Establish connection.
2018/01/13 12:12:28.802 3169 140216006994752 S Using IPC-Port 5939
2018/01/13 12:12:28.803 3169 140215230387968 S RemoteSettingsStore: Cleanup all policies.
2018/01/13 12:12:28.803 3169 140215230387968 S RemoteSettingsStore::LoadLastReceivedPolicies : Storage Entry Remote_Settings_TVClientSetting_Policy empty
2018/01/13 12:12:28.803 3169 140215230387968 S RemoteSettingsMDRelationshipWatchDog: DEVICE ISN'T A MANAGED DEVICE
2018/01/13 12:12:28.804 3169 140216006994752 S SysSessionInfoManager: own session cache set to '4294967295'
2018/01/13 12:12:28.804 3169 140216006994752 S Updated sessions: [ X0 (2212294583) CA admin ] [ F (3510599056) L root ]
2018/01/13 12:12:28.804 3169 140216006994752 S UpdateOnlineState newOnlineValue 0
2018/01/13 12:12:28.804 3169 140216006994752 S Updated sessions: [ X0 (2212294583) CA admin ] [ F (3510599056) L root ]
2018/01/13 12:12:28.804 3169 140216006994752 S UpdateOnlineState newOnlineValue 0
2018/01/13 12:12:28.804 3169 140216006994752 S UpdateOnlineState newOnlineValue 0
2018/01/13 12:12:28.804 3169 140215205209856 S Using systemd-logind for suspend/resume monitoring
2018/01/13 12:12:28.804 3169 140215205209856 S SessionLogon: session 2212294583, desktop switched 0, last desktop session 4294967295
2018/01/13 12:12:28.832 3169 140215205209856 S XClient[:0]: Unable to open XAuthority file "/run/gdm/auth-for-gdm-nGAqXa/database" (err=13)
2018/01/13 12:12:28.837 3169 140215205209856 S XClient[:0]: Unable to open XAuthority file "/run/gdm/auth-for-gdm-nGAqXa/database" (err=13)
2018/01/13 12:12:28.837 3169 140215205209856 S StartProcessesAsync: Session ready after 0s
 
Old 01-12-2018, 10:38 PM   #2
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A bad hack might be to make the file /run/gdm/auth-for-gdm-nGAqXa/database readable by changing the permissions and then seeing if that works. Could be some .Xauthority variable that needs to be exported. I am just throwing out ideas. I haven’t installed TeamViewer in years.

** edit **
Added full path and filename for clarity.

Last edited by Soitgoes; 01-12-2018 at 10:41 PM.
 
Old 01-13-2018, 06:34 PM   #3
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@nejnej25:-

Just a suggestion, but.....have you checked to see if your ISP is blocking TeamViewer?

I've had exactly the same problem here in the UK in recent weeks. My ISP, TalkTalk, have recently introduced a 'Scammer filter', following a spate of hacks to the website which included fraudsters from India attempting to get TalkTalk customers to install TeamViewer so they could 'help' them with their 'problems'!

TalkTalk, however, didn't see fit to inform their customers.....

Just an idea that might be worth following up.


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