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    Syslogd Cyrillic symbols issue

    Hello everybody. Got some issue with syslogd and messages which contain Cyrillic symbols. Syslog turns it in some unreadable garbage. There is a device that sends Cyrillic messages to syslog, it's realy hard to understand what does it mean. Have made some test writing the same message to...
  2. N

    An attempt to cross FreeBSD with a "stone" on Athlon x2 is failed

    Hello forum! Today I decided to try putting FreeBSD on my Athlon x2 computer. Motherboard: gigabyte m68mt-s2 Video card: nvidia geforce 8600 g Processor: AMD Athlon II X2(with integrated video core) Network card: nvidia. And I think it is still worth specifying that when you start the PC only...
  3. X

    Audio through HDMI not working with "Intel HD Graphics 530"

    Intro: Yesterday, I've installed FreeBSD with GNOME and I setup most of the drivers... everything seems to work pretty fine so far (4k video, programs, etc.), except from one thing: Audio through HDMI. Issue: Audio through HDMI does not seem to work. Details: I have already installed...
  4. D

    Unable to build OBS because of old github issue

    Since last year if you try to build multimedia/obs-studio, it throws a link to this Github issue and says obs-studio is marked as broken. It seems like this was fixed in October yet we still can't build it - the tag is for 27.2.3 and that version is currently in quarterly ports. Anyone know why?
  5. churipputori

    'gop set <mode>' being ignored in /boot/loader.conf

    Hi, FreeBSD newbie here, coming from Debian so I'm not too terribly in the dark. So, I've been trying to figure out how to change my display resolution to native. In the UEFI loader, I can cancel out to the OK prompt and type 'gop set 4' to change it to the proper resolution. Of course this...
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    Mac Keyboard weirdness - FreeBSD 12.2

    Here's a strange one - I've been around a long time and have never seen anything like this before, maybe someone else has seen this? I recently upgraded my workstation to FreeBSD 12.2-RELEASE and while the overall upgrade has been great, there is one "quality of life" issue I keep encountering...
  7. rafnizp

    Issue login in as user

    Hi Guys Currently I'm running Freebsd 12.1 Release using VMware Fusion on MAC and having problem to log in as regular user It looks like issue started after installing bash package but not 100% sure if this is the case. Now when I try to log in as user who is also member of wheel I have...
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    Problem Installing

    I wanted to install FreeBSD 12.0 on my laptop. It is currently running Manjaro but I’d like to try something different for a while. I followed the instructions in the FreeBSD provided documentation on how to make a USB installer, and I tried in both Manjaro and Windows 10 yet received the...
  9. EoflaOE

    Non-system disk on non-UEFI systems when booting from USB

    I would like to try FreeBSD after I tried out Linux. I have tested FreeBSD earlier on VirtualBox, and it succeeded. I have created my FreeBSD USB using dd as my first attempt on Kali Linux, following the tutorial. I have used FreeBSD-13.0-CURRENT 2019/2/28 memstick.img as my release for testing...
  10. D

    Router Troubleshooting

    Hello All, I am attempting to find out what my issue is with my FreeBSD Router that I am attempting to build. I have set up the following tools on my OS on my router: HostAPD DNSMasq PF All of which appear to work and I can route through the AP. However; I am not getting nearly the speeds or...
  11. jayxkanz666

    Can't connect to anything

    Hey there! So, I'm pretty new to to the FreeBSD forums (signed up today), and I seem to be having a strange issue with internet on FreeBSD. The internet worked fine for about 1 hour a couple of days ago, then suddenly stopped working. My Ethernet controller is a Qualcomm Atheros AR8162 Fast...
  12. sku1d

    Solved Question about disk encryption: Why the master key always gets stored on the encrypted disk?

    I have read a lot about gbde, geli and dm-crypt under linux, but a question remains: Why would iI store my master key on the disk? Seriously! Anybody could rip the metadata off the disk in no time and brute force the password in a cluster without even having additional encrypted sample data...