I would like to know how to draw something without X.org on a modern graphics card under FreeBSD.
I have a 2560x1440 monitor and a Radeon RX 6800 TX. // As an example setup. I'm more interested in embedded systems, but it would be interesting to see if the process is the same for a...
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I didn’t experience this problem in 12.2, but with 13.0 I can’t get FreeBSD to boot up after I install NVIDIA drivers. The boot process freezes at the frame buffer. See attached image for error message. It's an Nvidia 1080 Ti on a custom-built machine. No other OS gives me...
I installed FreeBSD 13-RELEASE minimal on an iMac 2009 without any problems.
After that I tried to setup i3:
pkg install xorg-server xinit xf86-input-keyboard xf86-input-mouse
pkg install i3-gaps i3lock i3status
pkg install xorg-drivers
pkg install terminology zsh sudo...
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I have a kms enabled console with graphics/drm-kmod installed and loaded.
Is it possible view video without X through multimedia/mpv?
I'm install it and from
mpv -vo help gives that options:
Available video outputs:
libmpv render API for libmpv
This is not about X. In general. For example, how to get console on LCD?
When running the official FreeBSD 12.0 for BeagleBone I see:
% grep fb0 /var/run/dmesg.boot
fb0: <AM335x LCD controller> mem 0x4830e000-0x4830efff irq 43 on simplebus0
But there is no such device node. Am I missing something?
I believe this is an old issue, but I experience it in my both bhyve Windows 7 setups on completely different hardware.
When accessing bhyve framebuffer via vncviewer (doesn't matter which one) I cannot type, bhyve spits out atkbd data buffer full message with each keystroke.
There exists a...
The issues described below probably have discussed, however I couldn't find actual solutions or good workarounds. Are there anything new on them?
When bhyve runs Windows 7 as a guest with framebuffer enabled:
1. X mouse cursor does not coincides with Windows cursor. Abruptly moving it beyond...
In Linux's virtual console it's possible to use primitive image/video capabilities without starting X, using the framebuffer with tools like fbgs and fbi. These features are used extensively in programs like Terminology, a terminal emulator that can replace the Linux default virtual console...
I'm trying to change the console resolution to anything different from the default "640x400" and i have some problems.
When i run vidcontrol -i mode i got 511 different modes, all with the same resolution 671404428x671404428 but i cannot change to any of that.
Running vidcontrol -i...