Hello beautiful people!. Today is another day which we should install AnyDesk on Debian 10 (Buster) Linux. AnyDesk is one of the popular remote server management tools available to Windows, Linux and macOS users. AnyDesk allows you to connect to a remote system and control it smoothly and seamlessly as if you were directly logged into that system.
AnyDesk is available as free offering for Individual personal use and as paid software for any commercial use – E.g by one user, small teams, to large organizations doing remote support business. Check AnyDesk pricing page for more insight.
Install AnyDesk on Debian 10 (Buster)
AnyDesk installation on Debian 10 Linux is an easy process. All the dependency packages required are available on the OS repositories configured after the installation. Since we want to get the latest version of AnyDesk on Debian 10, we’ll also add AnyDesk upstream APT repository to our Debian machine.
Step 1: Update Debian system
Work on an up-to-date system – outdated is for the weak!!.
sudo apt update && sudo apt -y upgrade
Step 2: Add AnyDesk repository to Debian 10
Import AnyDesk GPG key for signing APT packages.
sudo apt install -y gnupg2 wget -qO - https://keys.anydesk.com/repos/DEB-GPG-KEY | sudo apt-key add -
Then add AnyDesk repository content to your Debian system.
echo "deb http://deb.anydesk.com/ all main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/anydesk-stable.list
Step 3: Install AnyDesk on Debian 10 (Buster) Linux
With the repository added, update apt cache index and install AnyDesk on Debian 10 Linux.
sudo apt -y update && sudo apt -y install anydesk
Confirm package installation.
$ apt policy anydesk anydesk: Installed: 5.1.2 Candidate: 5.1.2 Version table: *** 5.1.2 500 500 http://deb.anydesk.com all/main amd64 Packages 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
From the output, we can get the version of AnyDesk installed on Debian 10, with the repository URL that was used. You’re good to launch AnyDesk on Debian 10 and start managing your home devices from the Office or vice versa.
AnyDesk address for a remote machine is required when connecting from your local AnyDesk application.
This ID is uniquely generated each time you launch the application.
Check other installations of AnyDesk.
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