How To Start Anydesk As Root User

AnyDesk is a free remote desktop solution that can be used on a variety of operating systems, including Arch Linux. It’s fast, secure, and easy to use, making it a great option for those who need to access their Arch Linux machines remotely. AnyDesk is available for download from the AnyDesk website.

AnyDesk is a cross-platform application that can be installed and run on Windows, Mac, and Linux. To establish a secure connection from one computer to another, AnyDesk does not require a password. You will find that AnyDesk is easy to use, as well as robust in its connectivity. AnyDesk can be installed using any of the following Linux distribution platforms: Ubuntu, Red Hat, or CentOS. Adding repository keys for all Linux distributions will also be covered in this section. You can install RPM for Red Hat Linux and Fedora on your system. If you are using SuSE Linux, you have two options for installing AnyDesk.



Steps to Install Anydesk on Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy Jellyfish

The commands given here to download and configure AnyDesk ran on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, however users can use them for their other versions of Ubuntu, including Linux based on it, such as Linux Mint.

#1st method using Deb binary:

Steps to install Anydesk using a remote terminal on ubuntu operating system

Step: 1 Download the latest anydesk deb package as it’s shown in the following. # wget # sudo dpkg -i # sudo apt install. /anydesk_2.9.6-1_amd64.deb Step.2 Start the anydesk service if it is not running. # anydesk –service Start the AnyDesk service, if it is not already running (for Linux). Or use # sudo anydesk –service

Step 3: Command below to get anydesk ID and service status # anydesk –get-id (ID will be displayed in terminal) # anydesk – -get-status (will show the service is running or not) Step 4. Stop AnyDesk service, use the following command # anydesk –stop-service anydesk –restart-service (Restart AnyDesk service) To remove any previously running AnyDesk services. # ps -ef | grep anydesk # kill -9 Step.5 Set a password # echo my_new_password | anydesk.exe –set-password Step.6 Enable automatic login Edit this file /etc/gdm3/custom.conf # Enable automatic login AutomaticLoginEnable=true AutomaticLogin=$USERNAME Note: Replace $USERNAME with the name real user in case of multi-user

Method 2: Install AnyDesk manually on Ubuntu/Debian Linux

Here, I will guide you to install AnyDesk tool manually on your Debian system. Since we won’t be using any terminal commands, you can also call this method the GUI method to install AnyDesk on Debian Linux.

First, go to the official AnyDesk download page, then select your Linux distribution and press the Download button. Soon the AnyDesk .deb package will appear for download, save the package to your file system.

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