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  1. MrRichBOB

    Another BCM4322 (FreeBSD 12)

    I would like to apologise in advance, if this is straight-forward, and/or answered elsewhere on the forum--I have tried for the past few hours to look hard before I dared ask any questions, and I combed through the WiFi section of the Handbook, etc. Basically, in short, I am using an EliteBook...
  2. A

    C/C++ Checking for a program accessing hardware

    Is there a way to have my program check to see if another program is already accessing or attempting to access hardware, such as a webcam? A web search doesn't yield any results for this and I'm not even sure if FreeBSD has a way to check for this type of thing.
  3. K

    Laptop Thinkpad X1 Extreme (Levono)

    Hello community, as I’ve asked to my friend Trev (but I solicit him very much): here’s my problematic: I was thinking about laptop and I’ve seen a lot of threads/discussions told that a laptop (the Thinkpad X1 carbon 6th generation from Levono ) is just the perfect desktop to use FreeBSD « out...
  4. decuser

    Help choosing a video card

    All, I would like to buy a cheap, compatible, video card that is able to output 1920x1080 through an hdmi cable. Is there such a thing? I would appreciate your suggestions for 2019. I have read endless posts about how to get this card or that card to work, but is there a card that will just...
  5. RedPhoenix

    No Sound In FreeBSD :(

    So the title is pretty self-explanatory. First, let me say this: FreeBSD DEFINITELY sees my Sound Card, but I'm unsure as to how to make it work. Here's the output of dmesg | grep pcm: pcm0: <Realtek ALC282 (Analog)> at nid 20 and 25 on hdaa0 pcm1: <Realtek ALC282 (Analog)> at nid 33 and 18...
  6. vermaden

    HOWTO: Silent Fanless FreeBSD Server - DIY Backup

    I would like to share an article about setting up small silent/fanless FreeBSD server for backup purposes. Silent Fanless FreeBSD Server - DIY Backup https://vermaden.wordpress.com/2018/08/28/silent-fanless-freebsd-server-diy-backup/ Regards, vermaden
  7. D

    Remote code execution on almost all Intel processors: this is again the Management Engine fault

    Persecuted by further discoveries of gaps in the mechanism of speculative instruction execution, Intel discovered that its chips are vulnerable to attack on the other hand - the infamous Management Engine remote management subsystem. This computer-in-computer, which can have complete control...
  8. H

    Lights on motherboard turned off (including NIC)

    I build packages from ports. I use synth upgrade-system for that. The system itself is updated via cronjob `@daily root freebsd-update cron`. Sometimes I reboot / shutdown my PC. Recently I've noticed that no led indicators on the back pane of motherboard are...
  9. ldgc

    How to obtain hardware information for FreeBSD from Windows?

    Hello :) I hope that I am posting in the right section. My father has a desktop machine with Windows 10 installed and I intend to replace Windows 10 with FreeBSD 11.1-Release. The problem is that I don´t know where should I search in Windows in order to have hardware information to determine...
  10. T

    Installing on Asus laptop

    So I got a new laptop, and I thought I'd install FreeBSD on it like I did with my old one. Dual booting with Windows. But it seems this hardware probably won't work well with FreeBSD. It has Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter (with wi-fi and Bluetooth), Intel HD Graphics 620...
  11. DiscmanDaemon

    Solved How to dampen server noise?

    For reasons of economy, a number of servers for my startup have found a comfortable home in a walk-in closet in my home. While I do not mind the constant whirring of the fans and disks (the sound of a hard-working server is music to my ears), and crisis response time is at an all time low...
  12. rawn027

    MacBook 12" A1534 No Keyboard in sysinstall

    I have a MacBook 12" with an Intel Core M processor (https://www.apple.com/macbook/specs/) that boots into FreeBSD 11.1 just fine from a USB key but has no keyboard once I reach the sysinstall screen.
  13. Stinger 0143

    X.org configuration hell

    Laptop: Asus model X540S. Wireless: Atheros model AR5B125 does seem to work, as well as most other hardware. Xorg "intel" driver fails because no valid screens are found in FreeBSD. I have attached files from a working Fedora 25 Linux distribution on this laptop: the output of "lspci -vv" as...
  14. F

    Post your FreeBSD setup/build?

    I was thinking.. since I've just finished my FreeBSD/ZFS NAS build - wouldn't it be nice to have a thread on this forum somewhere where people can post their setup, and the way they've built their setup, and the problems they've encountered during the build, hardware components used etc. etc...
  15. Manuel Solis

    Solved Help setting up WiFi Cards - Unsupported hardware

    Dear FreeBSD Support forum, I didn't want to ask for help about this topic as there is No Supported Hardware involved, but I will appreciate some help, the scenario is like this: Have a Dell Precision T7400 with FreeBSD RELEASE 11 installed and I did try to setting up a few wireless USB cards...
  16. leeand00

    Sabrent PCI-802N Ralink Card Configures fine, ssid not being detected

    The wireless card I'm using is a Sabrent PCI-802N Ralink RT3062F PBG26220E0 I tested the card in Linux and was able to connect another access point and retrieve webpages; in Linux it used the rt2800pci driver; though I didn't set it up as an AP. autoboot_delay="3" if_ral_load="YES"...
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    FreeBSD on Thinkpad T460

    Hi, I am considering the Thinkpad T460 as my next laptop. Could anyone please let me know about the hardware support? Would it be a decent choice to run FreeBSD on? The T460 is not listed here, any input would be helpful. Thanks.
  18. F

    Silent PC for FreeBSD? Low power consumption, low price

    Hello, I would like to buy a PC that is fully compatible with FreeBSD. I want to use Intel Graphics Drivers to avoid driver trouble. The system needs to be very silent - it would be great if it had no fans at all. I do not have very much knowledge of current hardware and do not know how to...
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