Package Details: anydesk 4.0.1-1

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Package Base: anydesk
Description: 'AnyDesk Free' is an All-In-One Software for Remote Support
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Licenses: custom:freeware
Conflicts: anydesk-test
Submitter: OJaksch
Maintainer: OJaksch
Last Packager: OJaksch
Votes: 64
Popularity: 1.261004
First Submitted: 2015-09-10 15:38
Last Updated: 2018-11-10 05:26

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OJaksch commented on 2018-06-21 13:09

If you're interested in testing and reporting your are welcome to visit

This version uses the debian/ubuntu package as base but the binary from the generic package, as some users are reporting problems with the former one.

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itsizzy commented on 2019-03-11 16:01

@ibraheemmoosa are you by any chance using Wayland instead of X? If yes, that's not supported by the upstream/vendor. You'll have to change to an X11 session to use Anydesk...

OJaksch commented on 2019-02-17 11:09

@ibraheemmoosa Maybe you found a bug in AnyDesk or a broken/missing dependency in my package as other users are reporting this too:

Please file your problem direct to AnyDesk at ; they're are friendly and helpful.

ibraheemmoosa commented on 2019-02-17 04:19

I am getting this error when I try to connect to a remote computer. "terminate called after throwing an instance of 'base::invalid_argument_exception_t'". I have tested with an Ubuntu machine and an Android phone. I am running Gnome in Arch.

esa1975 commented on 2019-02-02 16:07

@szsong @nicolehopperBBY - Disabling the option 'Transmit hotkeys' under Settings - Display seems to fix it for me after experiencing the same issue. FWIW, I have used this same version on Linux Mint 19.1 and did not experience this issue.

szsong commented on 2019-01-04 07:40

@nicolehopperB8Y I'm having similar issue on KDE. When I press "shift + ," the remote side CAN see "<", but if I keep holding "shift" and then press ",", the remote side see "," instead of "<".

Ctrl + c and Ctrl + v etc. works in similar way or even worse: sometimes "Ctrl+c" only functions as "c" without "Ctrl".

No idea what's causing the problem. I tried to set "ignore global shortcuts" in "Window Rules" but the issue persists.

voklav commented on 2018-12-27 00:24

@SonicoXD To work anydesk property and run in the background, type this in terminal: [wolf@wolf-pc ~]$ systemctl enable anydesk

[wolf@wolf-pc ~]$ systemctl start anydesk

Tested and worked in manjaro Xfce

nicolehopperB8Y commented on 2018-11-13 11:07

@OJaksch: here is the output of ldd:

I currently don't have time to try vnc now, sorry.

OJaksch commented on 2018-11-13 08:58

@nicolehopperB8Y: Yes, I can reproduce this. First thing is that I'd to activate keyboard mapping to "Translate" in i3/anydesk to gain use of the shift+xx combination, but the control and alt keys are somewhat "dead". Maybe it's i3's own keyboard binding? Tried vnc (not as an alternative but for further investigation)?

Can you send me the output of 'ldd /usr/bin/anydesk' please?

nicolehopperB8Y commented on 2018-11-11 04:12

@OJaksch: after update to the latest AUR version today, I was able to connect when using i3wm, but the keyboard is not working correctly: the modifier key doesn't work for me, i.e. when I press "shift + ," the remote side only saw "," not "<" as I expected. I can't save document by pressing Ctrl + s (which only generates s on the remote side). Can you reproduce this?

OJaksch commented on 2018-11-10 13:58

I'm very sorry but I can't reproduce this issue. I setup a fresh but very minimalistic arch vm with xorg-server, i3 (group), lightdm as display manager and anydesk. Within i3 I then can connect to and fully control my host and the same vice versa. I've no idea what's going wrong at your side...