I suppose you have a couple of clients who believes in Teamviewer only. Teamviewer on Linux works fine but after you install it, you’ll be supprised that the proces is always running in the background (it is build to respawn) which is ok if you’re the client who needs help. The first thing which average sys admin will do is to shut down teamviewer.
To stop teamviewer you can use:
teamviewer --daemon stop
initctl stop teamviewerd teamviewerd stop/waiting
To disable teamviewer on system startup you can use:
teamviewer --daemon disable
More info about the deamon you can find with:
boss init.d # teamviewer --help TeamViewer 8.0.20931 teamviewer start TeamViewer user interface (if not running) teamviewer --help print this help screen teamviewer --version print version information teamviewer --info print version, status, id teamviewer --passwd [PASSWD] set a password (useful when installing remote (ssh) teamviewer --ziplog create a zip containing all teamviewer logs (useful when contacting support) teamviewer --daemon status show current status of the TeamViewer daemon teamviewer --daemon start start TeamViewer daemon teamviewer --daemon stop stop TeamViewer daemon teamviewer --daemon restart stop/start TeamViewer daemon teamviewer --daemon disable disable TeamViewer daemon - don't start daemon on system startup teamviewer --daemon enable enable TeamViewer daemon - start daemon on system startup (default)