Package Details: anydesk-bin 6.1.0-1

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Package Base: anydesk-bin
Description: The Fast Remote Desktop Application
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Keywords: anydesk desktop remote
Licenses: custom
Conflicts: anydesk
Provides: anydesk
Replaces: anydesk-debian
Submitter: D3SOX
Maintainer: D3SOX (severach)
Last Packager: D3SOX
Votes: 139
Popularity: 3.17
First Submitted: 2020-02-26 00:13
Last Updated: 2021-01-29 09:58

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OJaksch commented on 2017-03-30 11:24

> Any idea why I can not connect to remote client (Windows 7 with anydesk 3.1.1)?
No, not yet, but I'm sure that this is a Windows-thing with it's firewall profiles. Maybe yours has "public" active and is blocking incoming packets therefore?

ltcmdrdata commented on 2017-03-30 11:19

Any idea why I can not connect to remote client (Windows 7 with anydesk 3.1.1)? The client works perfect (I can connect to it from an anydesk Windows Host).

On my 2 Arch Linux computer (desktop and notebook), I can not connect to any other host. Anydesk starts and shows the connection screen. Whe I enter the ID of the remote computer, the connections starts and asks for password. When I enter it, the window disappears and nothing happens. At the remote computer the anydesk windows shows up and it seems that I am connect. When I try it several times, the window on the remote computer shows several connections, but I do not get any window of the remote computer on my desktop.
I do not get any error logs at console or syslog...

OJaksch commented on 2017-01-14 10:34

Fixed this morning. Please report if Gnome still doesn't feel happy.
Thanks for pointing this out.

EDIT: I contacted anydesk: This will be fixed in the next release by anydesk itself. Great!

dodomorandi commented on 2017-01-13 21:06

I noticed that the following files have CLRFs:

I found it quite weird. I looked at the tar.gz files ([amd64|i386].tar.gz) and they seem to be unaffected. However, they are missing the anydesk.desktop files.

I am not totally sure, but the GNOME autostart system does not seem to like the CLRFs inside .desktop files, even if they work flawlessly when you run them manually.

OJaksch commented on 2016-10-08 03:50

No need to hurry - Flagging a package out-of-date is sufficient ;)
I saw the upcoming 2.5.0 at their changelog since weeks, they send promotional mails, but no info about release so I missed that.

termuellinator commented on 2016-10-07 23:55

# Maintainer: Oliver Jaksch <>

pkgdesc="'AnyDesk Free' is an All-In-One Software for Remote Support"
arch=('i686' 'x86_64')



package() {
cd "${pkgdir}"
tar xf "${srcdir}/data.tar.gz"
# If you want to keep the autostart mode, comment next line
rm -rf etc/

should be the current PKGBUILD :)

Esspy commented on 2015-11-14 14:39

it seems i was a little to fast. After >10 seconds the initial screen was transfered. so it basically works but very very slow.

i've tried win -> win on the same machines indeed the broadcast is very fast. but if i try from linux to win the connection is very slow.

its seems there are some performance problems in the linux version. i've tried all options.

i've used the latest version of your PKGBUILD.

OJaksch commented on 2015-11-14 13:00

Oh, and another attempt might be to manually checkout the "other" version at That's the version I used 'til yesterday in this package. What pkgrel of this pkgbuild do you have used?

OJaksch commented on 2015-11-14 12:49

Strange. Looks like there's missing a dependency at your side I don't know of.
Please have a look at , speacially and report back when successful. I'll update the package asap then.
Another way that might be helpful is to start anydesk from cli as it brings some output to stdout.

Esspy commented on 2015-11-14 11:58

after some reading i found out that for local connections you've to tell the local ip or hostname (not the AD address). After that the local connection works fast with some visual glitches when moving windows around.

But WAN still has no video just a gray window. Firewall is off.