How to enable desktop sharing through terminal
 

How to enable desktop sharing through terminal

 
I would like to know the command to enable desktop sharing through command line

I can’t get it switching on with gsettings, I’m unable to find the right command.

All guides I’ve found always show this step through gui, Ubuntu settings/sharing, switch on the gui button…

It is possible the command for switch on/off desktop sharing doesn’t exist!?

 

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