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Remote access via AnyDesk Remote Desktop makes the connection possible. Safe and reliable, for IT professionals as well as for private users.

How to Install AnyDesk on Linux Mint from repository

AnyDesk Linux Mint Remote Desktop

Install AnyDesk on Linux Mint

This tutorial shows how to setting up AnyDesk on Linux Mint. After the provision and integration of the repository, the installation takes place from the package repository (“deb.anydesk.com”).

To do this, fire up a Gnome-Terminal in Linux Mint and become root with sudo su - then paste and hit the following commands to add the repository key to the list of trusted software providers.

$ wget -qO - https://keys.anydesk.com/repos/DEB-GPG-KEY | apt-key add -

Add the repository to the system.

$ echo "deb http://deb.anydesk.com/ all main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/anydesk-stable.list

Refresh the APT cache.

$ apt update

Install AnyDesk now.

$ apt install anydesk


AnyDesk – Remote Desktop software developed by AnyDesk Software GmbH in germany, enables remote access between computers with different operating systems. The software package allows access to remote desktop from a Linux Mint workstation to computers with operating systems such as Windows, Linux or macOS.

Launch AnyDesk from KeePass

Launch AnyDesk Remote Desktop Remote Access from KeePass

KeePass is a useful tool for administrators in their daily work in system maintenace and administrative tasks. AnyDesk is also often used, other remote maintenance software, such as VNC Viewer for remote desktop remote maintenance, also SSH terminal sessions to server and network devices are required.

This post shows how to build an AnyDesk Remote Desktop session to a computer directly from KeePass.

KeePass enables an external program to be executed out from an item with the transfer of parameters such as host name or address and the user credentials for authentication. To do this, add a new entry in KeePass with choose Add Entry to creates a new target.

Launch AnyDesk Remote Desktop Remote Access from KeePass

In the General tab, the computer name is entered in the Title field. For User name the AnyDesk alias which is usually the computer name (hostname), alternatively the AnyDesk ID can be used. The AnyDesk password is entered in the Password field.

The KeePass URL to pass the parameters to AnyDesk:

cmd://"C:Program Files (x86)AnyDeskAnyDesk.exe" {USERNAME} --with-passwor

After the entry is saved, the AnyDesk Remote Desktop session is started with a double-click in the URL column, or with the key combination Ctrl + V.

Double click URL to connect AnyDesk Remote Desktop
AnyDesk Alias is the hostname

AnyDesk Alias is the hostname, or the ID that is displayed with 9 digits on the remote computer. The hostname (alias) is transferred to AnyDesk with the User name field as the USERNAME variable with the password as a parameter from KeePass.