While it’s straightforward to install AnyDesk remote desktop on Windows, Android, and iOS, Linux users need to have commands and scripting knowledge. They are likely not afraid to “talk” to the machine in the “Terminal.”
However, we offer you follow our step-by-step of the program’s Kali Linux version for ease of use.
A system APT package update is a must before installing AnyDesk on your machine. Open the Terminal and put in the following console command:
– sudo apt update
- sudo apt install -y gnupg2
Download and add AnyDesk
Before you can proceed, you need the Kali Linux version of the application downloaded. To add the program to the system, write the following:
sudo sh -c ‘echo “deb #8221; > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/anydesk.list’
The next step is adding the AnyDesk GPG key:
wget -qO – https://keys.anydesk.com/repos/DEB-GPG-KEY | sudo apt-key add –
Install and launch the app
Use the command below to install the program. It will run the apt package manager:
sudo apt -y update && sudo apt -y install anydesk
Ask the system to confirm the installation by inserting the following:
$ apt policy anydesk
*** 5.5.4 500
500 http://deb.anydesk.com all/main amd64 Packages
Now that the process is complete, you can open the app from the console or search the program in the installed application list and click it.
Setup and manage!
Once the app runs, you’ll be able to set up an address and ID and start connecting other desktops or mobile devices for remote control.