Anydesk Not Working On Raspberry Pi 4

Before installing AnyDesk on the Raspberry Pi, we will make sure that all Raspberry Pi packages are up to date using the command:

Add AnyDesk repository on Ubuntu 04


Those who don’t want to add the AnyDesk repository can download the binary from their official website, however, for the article to be based solely on the command line, we are using their official repository.

In order for the system to recognize the newly added repository and its packages, run the system update command which will update the repository cache.

Check your Internet

We now recommend that you check and make sure that your Internet is working as expected. Start by making sure you can access popular websites. If you can access the websites, the next step is to check your internet speed. Slow speed or high ping can cause inconsistencies with your connection, which can cause problems with Anydesk. Use a speed test tool to check the speed of your Internet connection.

If you notice an unstable connection or high ping in the above test, it is likely the reason for the problems with Anydesk. In such cases, you can try to reset your router or contact your network provider to troubleshoot your network. However, if everything seems to be working smoothly with your network, then you can proceed with the fixes below to fix Anydesk on your Windows 11 PC.

Install AnyDesk with the command line

You can easily install AnyDesk using the web address above, but you can also use the command line if you prefer.

  • In the terminal type: wget This will download the file to the current directory.
  • Once there, you can install it with: sudo dpkg -I anydesk_6.1.1-1armhf.deb (assuming it’s still the current version). You will get some errors, we will fix them with the next step.
  • Finally, make sure all necessary files are present with: sudo apt install -f

Update your Pi OS

Since most systems The operating systems that people use are based on Debian, so are the official Raspberry Pi operating system and Ubuntu server. Debian based systems use the apt package manager to assist in upgrading and upgrading. To use the apt package manager, we will apply the following commands which are executed entirely in the terminal. To launch your terminal, use «CTRL + ALT + T».

The package manager uses the package list to indicate which packages need updating and where they can be downloaded. To update the list of packages, run the following command:

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