Cause: CUPS was configured to use IPv4 addresses. LPD was configured to use domain names. A change to the printer addresses and to DNS allowed LPD to work and broke CUPS.
Solution: Reconfigure printers in CUPS to use IPP to printer domain names.
I am seeing this in lpstat -p -d -R:
I tried to install Mate desktop environment, and run pkg install mate
pkg: No packages available to install matching 'mate' have been found in the repositories.
For now I installed as follows, and Mate works fine. pkg install -g 'mate-'
Good morning (in the UK),
I have a fresh install of FreeBSD 13.0 and have installed Xorg, MATE and the relevant drivers via packages. However, I'm noticing a strange issue in the MATE session. Menus appear as expected (applications, places etc), but when launching an application (MATE Terminal...
I am configuring a new workstation. The motherboard has no onboard video other than basic vga. The machine has an nvidia card installed. I have mate GDM installed and working. However when I go to System -> Pererences -> Look and Feel -> Appearance I get a message box stating that the...
I just installed graphics/blender using pkg and i am getting interface artifacts I have attached screenshot please let me know what the problem is. I am using ATI Turks XT Radeon HD 6670. This fresh installation.
I have a FreeBSD 12 instance running in VirtualBox. My goal is to take advantage of the larger screen my host computer provides.
I've created several files:
.xinitrc uses xrandr to set my resolution to 1680x1050.
.xsession sources .xinitrc
I have FreeBSD 11 on a Dell Latitude E6530 and I'm using Mate for my DE. I trying to figure out how to map the media (volume, play, pause, next, back) buttons. I'm not sure where to start looking to get this done. Any help would be appreciated.
I have installed FreeBSD with MATA Desktop Environment in my Lenovo X201 i5.
Using VGA output, I have DELL 1707FP monitor.
When I go to top menu of MATE Desktop and open System > Preferences > Hardware > Displays the external monitor does not show up as expected.