Without looking at the port/package name or version:
how can I tell the version that's in use by the currently running OS?
(5.4, 5.5, 5.6 or 5.7.)
I can't see anything suitably distinctive in /var/log/messages or /var/log/Xorg.0.log.
With graphics/drm_info I can get, for example:
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...