Anydesk is one of the many programs that exist that allow controlling a computer while the operator is on a different computer, usually to offer online support.

With this type of programs the user only has to accept a message so that the technician can connect to his computer and can perform the requested task remotely.

First of all we will proceed to download the anydesk program. Automatically we will detect the operating system, however if we want to download a version for another operating system we can do it from the “Downloads” tab and then choose the operating system.


Once downloaded it is enough to execute the file so that it starts and we can start using it.


There are two possibilities for these operating systems, since it allows us to download an installable version, through deb or rpm packages, and also the tar.gz version that allows us a manual installation.

  • Installation with package manager:

    • Deb packages (Debian / Ubuntu / Linux Mint):
      • sudo dpkg -i anydesk_version.deb
      • anydesk
    • Rpm packages (Suse, RedHat, CentOs, Fedora):
      • sudo rpm -i anydesk_version.rpm
      • anydesk
  • Manual installation (Other distributions):

    • tar zxvf anydesk_version.tar.gz
    • cd anydesk_version/
    • ./anydesk


Once installed to run it we can see anydesk

Imagen anydesk


You must provide the number that appears to the technician. When this attempt to connect must accept to allow remote connection. From here we recommend that you do not touch the mouse or the keyboard so as not to interfere with the technician.


Imagen aceptacion anydesk


You can find more information and support about anydesk on its support page and on our Youtube Infofly channel.

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