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...
I'd like to install FreeBSD, but my computer has Ryzen 5 2400G as its CPU (APU) and I'm not able to find any recent post on whether the graphics on it work or not, so... Do they work? If they do, do they run smoothly without bugs? I'm ready to use adevelopment release if I have to do that.
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:
if I load it in manually...
Hello, I am attempting to install freebsd 11.2 on a lenovo laptop. When booting the initial screen render fine, but after selecting boot multi user this happens.
the installer starts but can't be read.
I am running FreeBSD 11.2 on a Thinkpad X230 with WindowMaker/ZFS. My problem is that FreeBSD is losing its font i.e. after some time, terminal emulator show only a black window (especially with TrueType Fonts). I've attached an imaged that shows xterm and emacs session. I can...
I am looking to make an old school style game such as NES games like super mario or elevator action. I've been searching around the internet for programming graphics on the terminal on unix but I haven't seen anything that I think is what I need. Does anyone have any suggestions on where to get...
I get the following error during install, when I pull up the loader prompt and try to use the gop command:
gop: Graphics Output Protocol not present (error = 14)
I did some work on googling the problem to no avail. How can I find out more about what went wrong, or is this an expected error?
I am running arch Linux guest via bhyve. I already installed xorg-server and xorg-xinit on the guest. But I am not sure which graphic driver I should install and I don't know if I have to install any graphic components at the host as well?
I have noticed that on my laptops when I install FreeBSD, almost always, I run using the VESA driver. The graphics is not so good. I have read threads that talk about using the xf86-video-intel driver, and at some point mention loading i915kms.ko module. But all this does not seem to...
I found an interesting mailing list post about the status of modern Radeon and Intel graphics support. To me, it looks like the GPUs that are currently "Not supported" here will finally be supported soon.
But how much time will it still take that they will be supported in FreeBSD-STABLE...
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...
Hello FreeBSD community!
I installed FreeBSD-11 on ThinkPad T400 and now I'm trying to get Xorg to work.
This laptop has two graphic cards - integrated 4500MHD and discrete Radion HD 3470. The discrete card is working just fine (with radeon driver) if I select it in the BIOS as the only...
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I am having problems booting from USB after writing the FreeBSD 11.0 image to a USB drive, although I have had the same issue when trying the UEFI-memstick image of FreeBSD 10.3. I used the command from the install guide with the filename changed to reflect the new...
Hi I'm unable to configure AMD graphics card . I'm only able to get it working using "vesa"
Using FreeBSD 12.0-current.
Xorg.0.log states using syscons driver with X support,(ver 549739036674.0)
VT num 9. KMS enabled
no multicard support.
Radeon depth24 framebuffer bpp 32
As soon as my uni work is finished at the beginning of September, I am planning on giving FreeBSD a good try out on my desktop system - I like a lot of the features like built in ZFS, and the ports tree seems really cool to me too. I'd also like to get involved with the development...
I am a complete newb, coming from years of Linux use, who is going to put some time aside over the summer (or just after) when my coding commitments finish, and really give FreeBSD (and its excellent handbook) a good look through.
My query regarding the ongoing linuxkpi work is that...