After repeatedly resizing an xterm window, some of its content did not redraw:
I guess, one of the sizes (before the screenshot) was too narrow.
Is the redraw issue to be expected?
% pkg info -x xterm
% uname -KU
(I normally use Konsole, but don't...
dom.ipc.processCount is 8 (the default here). Recently, I often see more than eight content shared web content processes, for example:
Is this excess allowed, by design?
A later shot:
After a few tests, it seems that the expected number is used if, say, I have three windows open before...
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Thanks, maybe six months is a basis for something else.
11.4 was released around two months after 13.0, and so on, and (unless I'm missing something) I see nothing relating to six months or biannual at the release engineering page above...
14.0-RELEASE some time in 2023, I guess.
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Hello, I am currently using FreeBSD 14.0-CURRENT and I found a bug that triggers a kernel panic. I wanted to make a kernel crash dump to further investigate the issue, but after a few tries I still did not manage to do it.
I started by following the instructions in the FreeBSD Handbook. I check...
Hello !!! Someone knows why it is so slow the sd that I put it is fast everything is going very well but when I install it
for example, pkg install python takes 1 hour to decompress it
I thought it could be an error of pkg and probe by port ...
portsnap fetch ........ Extracting snapshot ... 30...
I just found this very interesting man page that is being written in these days:
Is there a way I can see the formatted man page and not only a set of diffs ?
I know it is work in progress, but i would like to read it anyway.
Firstly, I couldn't find an answer for this specific problem, so I apologize when this is a common problem.
Recently I installed FreeBSD again on a new laptop (Thinkpad T470 20HES2SF00). On my desktop, the OS runs without problems with Xorg.
I have chosen FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT for that, because...
I am currently running an older (May) version of 11.0-CURRENT. I would like to upgrade to 11.0-RELEASE. What is the safest way to go about doing so? Here is my current version:
> uname -a
FreeBSD example.com 11.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 11.0-CURRENT #0 r300374: Sun
May 22 09:04:10 EDT 2016...
I am aware CURRENT is not dealt with on this forums but thought it worth asking anyway.
I am new, so please don't hate me if this has been answered somewhere. I just did a new build of 12-CURRENT (drm-next-4.7) into an empty dataset and am pleased as it boots and works really well...
With TrueOS Desktop tracking FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT, in August I installed the OS and (below) on 1st September I installed kde4. From ports, I guess.
The most recent updates to TrueOS Desktop involved loss of KDE. I made a handful of brief unsuccessful attempts to re-install from ports, then...
I was using FreeBSD 11.0-CURRENT for a year - updating it from time to time. Yesterday I decided to update /usr/src and build world. However, I didn't realized that it's going to pull FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT. Anyway, everything went fine, and I have a working system.
What is the proper way to...
I wasn't sure if this thread belonged here or in the "development" section, but since it concerns the installation of FreeBSD I might as well post it here. Feel free to move it to the appropiate section.
A few days ago I installed a snapshot of 11-CURRENT in order to test the new i915 driver...
I'm trying to build latest CURRENT snapshot from svn, but make kernel fails to build with error messages like
no member 'command' in ... -- like when some headers are missing or something.
But am I wrong in my assumption that any given snapshot is supposed to build?