After much of trouble with the ports I installed BSD with success and I was able to boot Gnome. But I got bored so I started do wonder if I could install KDE next to Gnome. It worked to install kDE but now here's my problem:
I commented out the lines "gdm_enable="YES" and...
I was trying to install a GUI (KDE) but in the end it said DISPLAY is not set or cannot connect to the x server kde. I did run some commands but none of them help with the issue so I gave up on KDE and tried to install XFCE, I did pkg install xorg slim xfce, and enabled the slim...
I'm confused with the way TrueOS is going so I'm thinking of migration to pure FreeBSD but I'm not very experienced in it (but I have more than 10 years of Linux experience).
I'm the user of TrueOS 18.03 with FreeBSD 12.0 kernel on amd64 architecture (HP Pavilion notebook)
I am trying to setup GUI for FreeBSD which is installed on AMD Myrtle board,but no luck.
I tried all the possible ways which is mentioned in official docs but no luck.
Please let me know if anything else required to debug or to...
I'm new to BSD, I was a distro-hopper in Linux for a while and have been experiencing difficulties in making the MATE desktop work,
After running the command
To test the GUI I get this message,
WARNING **: Cannot open display;
I already downloaded Xorg so this should be...
I am in the process of evaluation of FreeBSD 11 as a desktop use case.
I try to install FreeBSD as a KVM guest, I succeed in installation of the OS, Xorg, Xfce, settings at /etc/rc.conf, /etc/fstab.
However when I start the X, I get a blurry graphic output.
Interestingly I get this...
Some time ago I decided to use FreeBSD as a workstation.
Before this I have been using MS Windows.
It was my dream to migrate to FreeBSD.
Now I am using FreeBSD. I chose Gnome 3 classic view as it is enough modern and beauty for me. But I am not so happy, as I expected, of it now.
I’ve recently installed FreeBSD-CURRENT (r287930) onto my ThinkPad T440, I’ve used CURRENT as it supports my Intel ac 7260 wireless card.
I have installed SLiM as my login manager, and that seems to be working OK. After playing with GNOME3 and Xfce I wanted to try out...