OK, I get that Teamviewer is not available, and that with “teamviewer host” (armv7) and some magic you can somewhat get the host going.
However, I would like to connect to another computer, and the teamviewer client has no ARM option.
But what options do we have?
Nomachine doesn’t do NAT / firewalling.
AnyDesk costs $ if there is even an ARM client, and quite a few $ per month at that.
Chrome Remote Desktop is no option, because ARM64 and, lets face it: Google.
You could do some RDP and VNC stuff, but then again: NAT and firewalling blocks all that.
I’m thinking I could use an SSH server and reverse-tunnel, or use a VPN/Wireguard server and reverse proxy/tunnel, but usability-wise that would be a hard sell for the people I’d like to help remotely. I’d like to help them because they are in fact not computer techs.
I’m not setting up port forwarding because of the same reasons + not really all that secure.
Any ideas how to get a teamviewer-like setup going that handles NAT/firewalls? Just like to help people using Manjaro ARM Linux… And do that from Manjaro ARM Linux as well.
Oh, and finally: Much appreciation for an awesome ARM64 distribution!