I can use the graphical session on ALT+CTRL+F9
When I try to switch back to any other virtual terminal (using ALT+CTRL]+F<1-8>), I get colored squares.
It seems to be exactly this bug:
Is this something that cannot be circumvented?
I couldn't find mention of this in the patch docs so I wanted to ask here.
I've got a patch on github that I am trying to apply by downloading the commit hash with the `.patch` suffix. Here is the actual full url...
The Inkscape port seems to have a bug... I install it from pkg install inkscape when updating to latest
inkscape = execute on computer
ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "libncursesw.so.8" not found, required by "libreadline.so.8"
Current OS= 13.1 Release-p2
Let's assume I wanted to used this...
I am trying to to grow the root partition slice in a 13.1 VHD image with gpart resize -i 4 -s 15G -a 4k ada0 but I get gpart: size '31457274': Invalid argument. I get this same error in single user mode and using livedvd installer. The virtual disk image has been resized to be bigger than 15G...
Something like the opposite on FreeBSD. The second of these two bug reports:
258573 – www/chromium Could not install package: 'FAILED_TO_COPY_EXTENSION_FILE_TO_TEMP_DIRECTORY'
258679 – www/chromium: Unable to download files with chromium-92.0.4515.159_2
Generally "zfs send | zfs receive" works very well. But when we transfer several datasets from one pool to the other only the first mountpoint is set as expected:
zfs send -R zDataStorage8Backup/datasetShares@auto-20211027-050000 | zfs receive -Fd zDataStorage8
If logged-in views fail for the thread below, for users other than me, it might the same underlying bug as <https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/page-could-not-be-loaded-with-inadvertent-use-of-an-unusual-invisible-basic-latin-character.82202/>...
For a while, <https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/dream-setup.82154/page-2> would not load.
This type of response from XenForo: <https://forums.freebsd.org/attachments/1629634045258-png.11064/>
A slip of the finger – the intention was EN DASH (U+2013) but the post included CJK...
Spun off from Icons missing for GTK-Mixer, Firefox, Thunderbird and more in KDE Forums
Icons for some applications are:
missing from Application Dashboard and Application Launcher but not Task Manager (KDE Plasma)
missing from the main menu (whatever it's called) in LXQt Desktop.
Subj just happened to a post I made about an hour ago. Subject line was something like "hot swap drive behind RAID 0 (JBOD)". Is this ... normal occurrence? There's nothing anywhere that would indicate that content ever existed even. Thanks
I reported to Bugzilla: https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=249976
The problem is this page: https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/virtualization.html
I think this whole chapter is too old.
I think these should be changed
1. Mac OS® X -> macOS(wow, it's years ago since apple...
There are different types of tools, to keep us informed about recent activities on the FreeBSD Bugzilla. What's your favourite one?
Bugzilla web interface:
Mailing List web interface...
This week was my 3rd try of using FreeBSD (as desktop system). Today I am nearly at the point where I give up. I already tested FreeBSD for a longer time some months ago (and another time about 1-2 years ago).
Now I use FreeBSD 12.1 (-RELEASE).
The 2 times when I used FreeBSD I had the exact...
I think I might have solved the Open vSwitch issue that some people have been having (including myself).
So, since Open vSwitch was broken for me anyway I decided to do a little "hacking" of the files in the ports tree for OVS. I noticed that the Makefile configures OVS to be built with shared...
The problem is this. As you know, the essence of TRIM is to clean up blocks that are no longer needed by the file system in the background, or with minimal impact on performance. On my own system, the picture is as follows. We create a file of 2 GB in size, delete it, and the disk spends all its...
I don't know if it's Ryzen which is causing this and if it's the Ryzen-bug or if it is something else.
Commands like this are causing kernel-panics:
ipfw table test create type number algo number:array
ipfw table test add 1001
ipfw table test add 1002
ipfw table test add 1003
ipfw table test...
This is driving me crazy - I'm nullfs mounting a folder from /data to $HOME/data. The source /data folder has three subfolders:
[john@host ~]$ ls -la /data
d-wxrwx--x 5 root wheel 5 Feb 4 10:32 .
drwxr-xr-x 19 root wheel 26 Feb 4 10:15 ..
drwxr-x--- 2 john media 3...