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AnyDesk closes completely when Main Window is closed. AnyDesk can exist outside the User session / switch to the Login Screen. (runs as SYSTEM) AnyDesk can restart the device and return to the Login Screen when performed from the actions menu. Unattended access is available after startup of AnyDesk.

Today I installed Anydesk on 2 of my systems, but I failed to get it working.
It installs fine. I can start the UI on both machines. Then I connected the machines with the given computer name (over anydesk server). When I do this, on the other machine appears the question to accept the connection. After this both are connected. But for some reason I see only a white window. There's no mouse movement, no applications appear. There's nothing. Didn't work neither on Enlightenment e16 nor on KDE 4.
Apart of the failure, which maybe is just a bug due to the alpha status, there are some other suboptimal things.
  • It seems, the GUI is mandatory. Until now when I support my father's and my sister's machines, I log in there via SSH, set the DISPLAY variable and start x11vnc. So they don't need to do anything. Anydesk starts a GUI. I don't like this.
  • The GUI is bad for another reason. I tried to connect to my HTPC in the local network. My HTPC doesn't have any other input devices than a remote control. The goal is not to turn on the TV. But the connection failed, because nobody confirmed the connections request button on this machine.
  • It seems, Anydesk can connect via local connections (support) without the Anydesk servers. I didn't achieve this. When I just filled in the computer name in the local network, it didn't establish a connection.

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Really, I would like to have something like VNC with a faster protocol: headless, can be started via SSH, without UI and confirmation. Is this possible with Anydesk, or is this application completely the wrong way?Get AnyDesk for Linux

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Version 6.1.1

15 Apr 2021

  • Improved file size used to send information to Support:
    Added function that compresses all necessary logfiles when communicating with Support.
  • Fixed bugs related to stability:
    Fixed a bug where the user got stuck with 'waiting for image' window. Fixed a memory leak in the video codec.
  • Fixed bugs related to visual quality:
    Fixed a bug that caused image artifacts to appear during sessions. Fixed a visual glitch in the Address Book.
  • Fixes in the session player:
    Fixed a bug where a session recording may not play immediately.
  • Other small improvements:
    Removed social media buttons. Removed capture tab from settings as image artifacts have been fixed.
Version 6.1.0

28 Jan 2021

  • New features for improved session usability and picture quality:
    Added lossless color mode. Follow mouse mode. Follow focused window mode. Implemented auto-disconnect feature. Added transmit hotkeys as a session setting in the menu.
  • New special keys for compatibility with Android:
    Add Android special keys to keyboard menu.
  • Various functional and usability improvements:
    Improved 2FA. Improved Wake on LAN. Reworked the session recording settings.
  • Fixes in the session player:
    Fixed a crash in the session player. Fixed a bug that caused graphical glitches at the beginning of session recordings in the player.
  • Important - support for 32bit operating systems:
    Support for 32bit operating systems has ended with version 6.1.0. We strongly recommend upgrading to 64bit operating system.
Version 6.0.1

25 Aug 2020

  • Capture settings panel:
    Allows disabling the XDamage extension if you have issues with screen artifacts (warning: may impact performance).
  • Improved iOS support:
    Support for improved connections to iOS devices.
  • Fixed deadlock:
    Fixed a potential deadlock at the beginning of a session, resulting in the 'Waiting for Image' message to never disappear.
Version 6.0.0

28 Jul 2020

  • Two-Factor Authentication:
    When enabled, an additional dialog will be shown after authentication by password or token, requesting a time-based one-time password provided by a third device. This feature requires an app supporting TOTP.
  • Wake-on-Lan:
    When enabled, devices running AnyDesk that are currently in sleep mode can be woken up by other AnyDesk devices in the same local network.
  • Security improvement:
    AnyDesk now supports Perfect Forward Secrecy to strengthen its already strong security for data transfer.
  • Improved Dark Themes support:
    AnyDesk now supports Dark Themes by defaulting to Adwaita Theme.
  • Premium dialog shown even on paid licenses:
    Fixed Open Address Book on Startup feature showing the premium dialog even on paid licenses.
  • Keyboard layout on Fedora 31:
    Fixed keyboard layout change on Fedora 31.
  • Bugfixes:
    Fixed a couple of small bugs.
Version 5.5.6

8 May 2020

  • Bugfix:
    Fixed Debian package dependencies to allow installation on Debian Bullseye.
Version 5.5.5

20 Apr 2020

  • Start/Stop of session recording:
    It is now possible to start/stop recording during the active session.
  • Discovery feature security:
    Significantly improved security of Discovery feature.
  • Bugfixes:
    Fixed online states. Fixed a deadlock in the frontend.
Version 5.5.4

Anydesk Get Out Of Full Screen Mode

25 Feb 2020

  • Bugfix:
    Fixed a bug that might cause 32bit versions to fail.
CentosVersion 5.5.3

21 Feb 2020

  • Security hardening:
    Hardened Linux/FreeBSD/RPi via FULL RELRO.
  • Bugfix:
    Fixed a security vulnerability.
Version 5.5.2

17 Feb 2020

  • New option when session ends:
    Added lock account on session end feature.
  • Usability improvements:
    Improved minor GUI details. Refactored X11 code to put much less load on X Server. Fixed primary monitor not beeing selected on session start.
  • Crash bugfix:
    Fixed privacy/input blocking crashing certain versions of i915 driver.
  • Minor bugfixes:
    Several minor bugs have been fixed.
Version 5.5.1

3 Dec 2019

  • New Privacy feature indicator:
    Added Privacy indicator into the statusbar to always reflect the current privacy status.
  • New Privacy feature security settings:
    Added unattended access privileges in the security settings which can override the standard permissions if connected via unattended access.
  • Minor bugfixes:
    Several minor bugs have been fixed.
Version 5.5.0

18 Nov 2019

  • VPN connection:
    With this mode two PCs can be put into a private network over a secured connection
  • Android compatibility:
    Added transmission of Android special keys
Version 5.4.1

31 Oct 2019

  • Bugfixes:
    Fixed a couple of minor bugs.
Version 5.4.0

24 Oct 2019

  • New feature:
    New Privacy feature added.
  • Wrong keyboard layout:
    Fixed a bug with wrong keyboard layout in some distributions and on some login screens.
  • Modifier keys:
    Fixed a bug that would release modifier keys after typing one character on certain configurations.
  • Bugfixes:
    Fixed couple of minor bugs.
Version 5.1.2

26 Aug 2019

  • Remote reboot:
    Added remote reboot support.
  • Command line:
    Added more options to the command line interface.
  • Search in filebrowser:
    Fixed searching by typing in the filebrowser.
  • Audio device:
    Fixed a bug that prevented from selecting a different audio device.
  • Bugfixes:
    Fixed some minor bugs.
Version 5.1.1

13 Jun 2019

  • Bugfixes:
    Fixed some minor bugs.
Version 5.1.0Anydesk Gentoo

7 Jun 2019

  • Input blocker:
    Blocks input.
  • Auto Discovery:
    Added Settings..
  • Performance:
    Performance optimizations using modern SIMD instruction sets.
  • Fixed slow renderings on some machines.:
    Blocks input.
  • Bugfixes:
    Fixed lots of minor bugs increasing stability, usability and performance.
Version 5.0.0

24 Apr 2019

  • File Transfer:
    GUI implementation for transferring files between clients.
  • Auto-discovery:
    Allows other AnyDesk clients to find you.
  • TCP Tunnels:
    New TCP Tunneling (or Port-Forwarding) feature has been added.
  • Bugfixes:
    Fixed lots of old and new bugs increasing stability, usability and performance.
  • Icons:
    Updated icons.
Version 4.0.1

9 Nov 2018

  • Bugfix release:
    This version contains various bugfixes.
Version 4.0.0

14 Aug 2018

  • Address Book:
    Added address book to AnyDesk linux.
  • Session Comments:
    Allow user to add a note after a session ended.
  • Session recording and playback:
    Allow user to record and playback sessions.
  • Many small features:
    Added many small features and improvement to features that were already present in the Windows version.
  • Many Bugfixes:
    Fixed a lot of special cases that sometimes caused AnyDesk to not work correctly.

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