1. emilengler

    Where can I download the tarballs of releases?

    Hello, I can find the source code (which is currently being developed) but not tarballs or releases of existing source code. Like is there a tarball of FreeBSD 12.0? I cannot find such one online. Also I'm very new to the BSD ecosystem in general so sorry if I ask the wrong way :)
  2. TELunus

    Can't find kernel after upgrade from 11.0 to 12.0

    I'm trying to upgrade an old computer of mine from FreeBSD 11.0 to 12.0-RELEASE. I ran freebsd-update -r 12.0-RELEASE upgrade then, after that succeeded, ranfreebsd-update install and tried to reboot. It started shutting down, but before restarting it got stuck in a state with text on the...
  3. V

    Can install 10.3 to 11.1 but not 11.2 to 13

    I am repurposing a 10Zig Linux thin client terminal that has a dual core 64-bit intel atom with AES-NI, but I cannot install any version of FreeBSD beyond 11.1-RELEASE . I have tried every version in memstick form, 10.3, 10.4, 11.0, 11.1 which all install successfully and the installed system...
  4. L

    FreeBSD Raspberry Pi minimal image

    Hi, I see on the repositories that only one 12.0-STABLE .img for RPI3 exists, and it's > 2Gb. The .img includes Mate, anyway, I need only a minimal image because I want my Pi only for firewalling and routing. Does anyone know whether a minimal image exists? Thanks, regards

    FreeBSD 12.00 on MacPro 1,1 2006

    Hello,I recently installed FreeBSD 12.0 on a MacPro 1,1. Due to the EFI being 32bit I had to use this website and tool to remove EFI functions from the installer. https://mattgadient.com/2016/07/11/linux-dvd-images-and-how-to-for-32-bit-efi-macs-late-2006-models/ Worked great for creating an...
  6. GregTheHun

    FreeBSD 12, Intel i5 Graphics not working

    Hello all, I have just recently upgraded from 11.2 to 12.0 and my graphics settings are now borked. Previously I had the terminal resolution set to 1280x720 with this code in /boot/loader.conf It was using this: i915kms_load="YES" kern.vt.fb.default_mode="1280x720" if I load it in manually...