I actually got it to work a few month back - the same version I guess. I’m not sure if I did everything you listed, I’m quite sure I didn’t any ports.
It worked almost fine. I connected to a windows pc but in one direction the connection would not be established. As I was testing to find out if I could switch my mom’s laptop from linux to TrueOS and have a working remote access (or at least to be able to access her linux system from my TrueOS system - because teamviewer doesn’t work (for me anyways) on TrueOS) I guess it was the direction of accessing the TrueOS system from the windows one.
Somehow I got it to work a while later. I’ll check my TrueOS system because I made some notes of what I did or had to install to make it work.
So, my notes are quite lean.
- install gtkglext (I did that via AppCafe, too)
to /etc./rc.conf to have it be loaded at startup.
I’m not sure if I maybe forgot to write down something else but if there was a hard nut to crack (for me anyways) I’m pretty sure I would wrote it down because I certainly would have forgotten it by now.
As for the installation of anydesk, I’d say I used Lumina Archiver as sudo, exported the files to /usr/local/share/anydesk/ and made the program file executable using Thunar as sudo. Yep, I’m a Windows guy, so I’m a GUI and mouse guy…