This is my first time posting here, so sorry if I'm not doing this right. I've installed FreeBSD 14.0-RELEASE on an Asus Viviobook S laptop with an Intel i7-12700H CPU (uses an Alder Lake-P iGPU). So far I've run into some major issues getting the iGPU to work.
Specifically, I just...
Hi there guys, experiencing issues after enable i915kms,
nothing in the logs, sometimes on the screen appears a message:
drm_atomic_helper_wait_for_dependencies flip_done timed out
, sometimes system cant even boot at all..
Hardware: Dell latitude notebook, Intel Xeon E3-1200 7th gen, Intel...
I have a very odd issue under FreeBSD, where my dock's DVI output is not detected, however VGA works great and S-Video is detected fine. The DVI works perfectly fine under Linux -- at least from what I saw, I used it mostly for testing. Though, it would only display under X, and it...
So I installed FreeBSD (14.0-RELEASE-p1 FreeBSD 14.0-RELEASE-p1 #1 releng/14.0-n265385-305be1f36b3e) on a used laptop I managed to acquire recently (https://www.msi.com/Laptop/Katana-GF76-11UX/Specification);
I was surprised, actually, how smoothly everything went during the installation; The...
I just installed FreeBSD 14.0-RELEASE i386 some days ago on a ThinkPad x201i with i3 (M 330) cpu [integrated graphics]. I did the following as Handbook suggested:
- doas pkg install xorg drm-kmod
- added kld_list="i915kms" on /etc/rc.conf (also tried absolute path)
- ran startx from tty as...
is that a normal CPU load for e.g. watching https://media.ccc.de/v/33c3-8089-lightning_talks_day_4#t=4663 on ungoogled-chromium?
vlc uses even 150%, what to diagnose/tweak here?
is there specific setup documentation?
I found pkg install libva-intel-media-driver - should I activate that? How...
I'm confused. I am unable to load i915kms because drm cannot be loaded: depends on iic - not available or version mismatch.
custom kernel: a1c915cc75c1b3c66e16bb52579e2abdf122eccb (releng/13.2)
This works on one box, but not another.
I use a laptop that has an external display connected to it, my current setup is that for the vt console driver, the default mode is 1920x1080 so the console has a clearer resolution for the external display:
I want to be...
I have a FreeBSD disk constructed with an M.2 NGFF SSD card, in a slim enclosure such that features a set of SATA connectors and a USB 3 port. I suppose it's a sort of a portable SSD. Unfortunately, the combination of the enclosure and the storage card - by Sabrent and KingSpec, respectively -...
In my latest attempt to upgrade 12.2 to 13.0 (on a ThinkPad X220) I'm unable to use i915kms.ko and fuse.
Initially the system refuses to boot because /etc/fstab tries to mount a Linux (ext2fs) partition but after commenting it out it boots, however kldload will not load fuse.
I find a consistent problem with my laptop whenever I run cheese, the screen will turn black and I'll look into the logs and get this following message:
Feb 8 21:53:43 Dell kernel: error: [drm:pid12:i915_hangcheck_hung] *ERROR* Hangcheck timer elapsed... GPU hung
Feb 8 21:53:43 Dell kernel...
I've compiled my own packages with synth, on 12.2.
My procedure after boot is basically. kldload i915kms; startx
X works fine, except anything OpenGL. If I do glxgears, I get this.
libGL error: MESA-LOADER: failed to retrieve device information
Running synchronized to the...
Hi, First of all I am new to freebsd, so I apologize in advance if I make a mistake about something.
I had used freebsd before, but I only used it for about a week on the same pc. I recently installed the latest freebsd release, installed xorg and tried to install some desktop environments like...
I've installed FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE on a Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Yoga 1st Gen with an i7-6600U CPU and an Intel HD 520 IGP. I've followed the instructions in this blog post to set up root filesystem encryption with UEFI, though I had to move /etc/loader.conf to /boot/loader.conf after installing to...
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...