The IoT agent is writing its logfile in /var/log/teamviewer-iot-agent/teamviewer-iot-agent_logfile.log
Further information about the current package are available at /etc/defaults/teamviewer-iot-agent.conf
A – The agent is not starting
After the installation it is mandatory to approve the EULA of TeamViewer. As long as the EULA is not accepted, the IoT agent will not start.
Although you might have called
service teamviewer_iot_agent start
and the info file shows that the IoT agent is online, even so the output of the start command shows
The log file will also indicate the missing EULA acceptance with an entry of the format:
2021/11/29 09:50:05.555 8794 100830 0!! [Beehive] EULA not accepted. Aborting., Errorcode=2
The EULA has to be accepted via:
Or, if it should be done programmatically without user interaction:
/usr/local/libexec/teamviewer-iot-agent/teamviewer-iot-agent eula -y
B – File transfer is not available
The file transfer is deactivated by default in our FreeBSD package.
It can be activated via the FileTransferAccessControl setting in the agent.conf. Further description can be found on File Transfer on FreeBSD.
C – After an update of the agent, the new behavior/changes are not visible.
On FreeBSD it is expected that the administrator is performing the switch of the loaded binaries. This means, that during the update process, a running IoT agent is not stopped and a the new one is loaded. This has to be done by the administrator.
To solve this issue, simply restart the IoT agent via:
service teamviewer_iot_agent restart