I'm receiving a MUNBYN ITPP941 label printer next week, and as it turned out, it's one of the most common label printers available globally under at least three different brand names (Beeprt, Rollo, Munbyn).
There is a Linux CUPS driver package available for download...
My computer has HD 8000 series graphics known as Kabini. It did not work with FreeBSD after trying suggestions from the Handbook and forum HowTos so I tested with GhostBSD. The main difference is kbd_list="/boot/modules/amdgpu.ko" in rc.conf (there are 24 kabini modules). Now it works.
So print/epson-inkjet-printer-escpr is available as a port, but not print/epson-inkjet-printer-escpr2, which newer Epson printers require.
The current RPM source package from the Epson website: epson-inkjet-printer-escpr2-1.1.32-1lsb3.2.src.rpm
Anyone willing and able to port that one, which...
I am wondering if it is possible to use a Linux printer driver for CUPS that contains a filter program binary in FreeBSD.
Specifically this is about the MUNBYN ITPP941 label printer for which the Linux CUPS driver can be downloaded here.
That driver consists of a Beeprt.ppd and a...
I have a TrueNAS 12.0 server which runs with no GUI. I plugged in Nvidia GTX 1050Ti to it in order to use in ffmpeg. After plugging in pciconf -vl gave me the following output
vgapci0@pci0:2:0:0: class=0x030000 card=0x85d11043 chip=0x1c8210de rev=0xa1 hdr=0x00
Let me apologize upfront if this is too much of a basic question. Sure there are enough resources out there for me to figure this one out by myself. But, I am complete newbie to BSD Unix, and some guidance may help me to speed up the process.
I am trying to install FreeBSD (13.0) in my new PC...
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As a reaction to Apple's choosing not to support 'ancient' hardware, and in line with my slow migration to bsdland, I'm upgrading my mid-2010 MacPro (with its 12-2.93GHz cores and a measly 32GB ram) to FreeBSD 12.1. The install went flawlessly. However, when I tried kldload radeonkms or amdgpu...
Hi, I'm new in FreeBSD, I like the OS and I'm installing it on many computers.
But unfortunately in this case I have a problem with this computer that I'm using.
The computer specs are these:
AMD Athlon 64 3000+
Nvidia FX 5700
x2 512 MB DDR RAM
Using FreeBSD 12.1 Release-p6 and updated...
I installed FreeBSD 12.1 on my desktop, which has a TP-Link TL-WN881ND, which in itself has the Realtek RTL8192EE.
I went through the handbook and found that (unless I am missing something), I should use the XP drivers via ndisgen as I did not find a driver anywhere in the docs or...
Hi, I am using Acer Aspire E1 V5we2 and trying to configure my touchpad. My touchpad is not recognised by the system, as it shows PS/2 generic. I tried to use synaptics but it still not working. I can't even copy paste here the code text so will send wgetpaste links.
I'm new to FreeBSD and having version 11.3 on GA-H87N-Wifi motherboard.
Most things working as intended, except the WLAN.
Does anybody know whether there's an Intel (?) driver that can solve this problem ?
TIA's for any tips or clues.
I'm running FreeBSD 12.1-p2 on an old Dell XPS M1330 laptop.
The video card is an old nVidia GeForce 8400M GS, and everything use to work fine with driver "nvidia-driver-304-304.137_6".
A few days ago I installed the latest system updates, and now X.org stopped working.
My desktop PC has an Intel i5-4690k on an Asus UEFI Motherboard with an Nvidia GTX970 GPU. It has 3 monitors connected through said GPU. Normally I run Windows but I'd like to boot into a FreeBSD 12 desktop environment more often from my other hard drive. The problem I regularly run into is that...
I write a driver of LCD, witch use SPI and GPIO and works on kernelspace. Source code is available on my github:
I'll try to test spi but I find strength things. When I load module into kernel:
I see that init...
I have several questions about hardware driver module loading.
When I run pciconf -l -v, I see output for the various devices in my system, like so:
hostb0@pci0:0:0:0: class=0x060000 card=0x3084103c chip=0x35808086 rev=0x02 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
Two years ago i bought a WLAN card model Bcm94352z with the BCM4352 Broadcom chipset to use it on macOS (Hackintosh).
It turns out that the card worked properly on macOS but didnt work on Ubuntu nor on any Linux distro.
2 years later i managed to get it work on Linux by adding the "irqpoll" or...
On laptop Asus X55A touchpad is recognised as ps/2 mouse.
In general it is usable, but touchpad-specific options are unavailable ('tap-to-click', scrolling, etc).
asus% dmesg|grep psm
psm0: <PS/2 Mouse> irq 12 on atkbdc0
I'm using the if_qlxgb kernel module to run my QLogic NC523SFP 10GbE NIC. However upon loading this module, and assigning an IP to it via ifconfig, the following error occurs:
ql1: qla_hw_send: (nsegs[1, 42, 0x0] > Q8_TX_MAX_SEGMENTS)
ql1: qla_dump_buf8: qla_hw_send: wrong pkt 0x2a dump start...