I was having some issues while using the native oce driver from FreeBSD 12.3 so I decided to compile the newest source code for the oce driver from FreeBSD 14.
That generated a file (if_oce.ko) which is located at /boot/modules (also copied /boot/kernel just in case)
I'm searching the way to change loaddev variable of FreeBSD's /boot/loader. There is nothing useful either in FreeBSD's man, or in Google.
By default it should be the same as currdev, but I have currdev=disk0s2:, but loaddev=disk0p2:.
How to change it to load loader.conf and other...
There's a FreeBSD recommendation to use /boot/loader.conf for nvidia (with the latest driver for NVIDIA).
Is this use of loader.conf appropriate (with FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE), or somewhat archaic?
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...
I'm using FreeBSD 11.2-RELEASE-p4 as Desktop OS on my Lenovo X230 with 16GB RAM and ZFS as file system. This is my first FreeBSD install. So far, I haven't had any issues with ZFS, but I have some slightly concerning boot messages and was wondering if I should change any ZFS-related...
Am I missing anything?
The module vmm.ko is not loaded with vmm_load="YES" in /boot/loader.conf.
I have to load it manually. This used to work for ages, not sure when it's stopped – I restart my workstation really rarely.
Whenever I try to set a password in loader.conf in terms of password="test" my system does not autoboot nor does it show the beastie boot menu. From the manual pages:
password Protect boot menu with a password without interrupting autoboot process. The password should be in clear text format...
Hi! Maybe this is a stupid thread, but I think all stupid questions in this forum may help some people looking at Google :rolleyes:
The question is: what is the difference between /boot/loader.conf and /etc/rc.conf?, that is, for example, to have linux_load="YES" in /boot/loader.conf or to have...