Get AnyDesk for Linux
AnyDesk enables you to work remotely from wherever you are. Every time you need to access a remote screen, whether it is just across the office floor or on the other side of the world, you can use AnyDesk. After selecting your Linux distribution, use the package manager to install AnyDesk or follow the included README file.
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4.0.0 Aug. 14, 2018
Manage your devices in a synchronized address book.
Leave a comment at the end of the session and access it from the my.anydesk.com portal or using our REST interface.
You can now record your sessions and play them back later.
The permission interface has been reworked, to look and feel like the Windows version.
The TCP hole punching mechanism has been improved for kernel ≥ 3.9.
Fixed several bugs related to systemd.
Disabled access to the action menu, when the session has not been fully established.
The “remember password” checkbox is now disabled, if this is prohibited by the remote side.
Added an error message when connecting to an unsupported display server (e.g. Wayland).
Fixed a session crash, when using “sudo su” in a terminal over AnyDesk.
2.9.9 July 30, 2018
statusbar for active sessions restored.
2.9.8 July 26, 2018
Fixed a bug that spawned the global settings in a manner that passwords would be written to the wrong config file. Thus it was not possible to change the unattended PW in some cases
resolved issue with a crash by entering an invalid ID.
Fixed connect via command line
Resolved AnyDesk assigning a new ID when starting a local service after global was installed.
Global settings where not displayed on Linux Mint
2.9.7 July 17, 2018
Added connect to login screen feature for APT based distributions (only for X11)
Added privacy settings to be on-par with the Windows port.
Changed default path of the chatlog to Documents folder. Changed default path for the screenshots to Pictures folder. Changed default path for file downloads to Downloads folder.
Added chatlog and screenshot path settings
Added choose alias panel. The user can now choose an alias like in the Windows port.
Added context menu to address (Copy invitation, Copy adress, claim alias, etc)
Added gksu and polkit functionality to enable the global settings.
Added bring to top on chat option.
Fixed a bug in the TreeView that could lead to undefined behaviour.
Fixed reading the /proc directory for Ubuntu based distributions
Fixed service file for Ubuntu based distributions.
Fixed file transfer issue with files containing spaces in the filename. resolved a bug that could crash AnyDesk during a file transfer if some special characters were in the filename.
Fixed an issue that prevented the switch sides feature from working.
resolved a bug that could crash the tray icon. Fixed the settings window not updating correctly.
Fixed a bug that could crash the audio settings.
Removed unneccessary dependencies from the debian package.
Fixed the command line interface.
Resolved a bug that prevented the custom logo from beeing shown.
Fixed the control process not autostarting in global mode.
Major Update Release
2.9.6 June 14, 2018
Fixed connections to Windows Terminal Server.
Fixed a problem which could lead to a crash of AnyDesk after running for several days.
Fixed a crash when revoking control permissions.
Version 2.9.5 Sept. 14, 2017
Fixed a problem that caused sending actions to the first session
Fixed some issues with the keyboard
Fixed transmission of hotkeys like Alt+F2 to other Linuxes
Fixed that AnyDesk was left in fullscreen mode when the session was closed
Several minor bugfixes
Version 2.9.4 July 21, 2017
Improved the notification mechanism of the chat so the user will get better notifications of a chat messages
Fixed weird behaviour of the chat window on some desktop environments (e.g. XFCE4)
Fixed a small issue where files were not transmitted correctly
Version 2.9.3 June 16, 2017
Fixed a crash when using the backend filetransfer