I passed like one week searching to solve my problem of black screen on internal monitor on my laptop, under xfce 4.16/lightdm.
the external monitor on DP work fine connected to the nvidia 1660 Ti card, the internal display no chance.
I'm on FreeBSD 13 stable, I use the...
I'm a bit confused by the current state of support for nVidia GPUs with FreeBSD. I was hoping somebody could shed some light on the current situations.
From what I can tell, nVidia seems to provide drivers for FreeBSD for a wide variety of GPUs. As far as I can tell, these would work well with...
Good afternoon all:
I didn’t experience this problem in 12.2, but with 13.0 I can’t get FreeBSD to boot up after I install NVIDIA drivers. The boot process freezes at the frame buffer. See attached image for error message. It's an Nvidia 1080 Ti on a custom-built machine. No other OS gives me...
I have a laptop with nvidia which requires the 340 legacy driver. I upgraded to FreeBSD 13.0 and nvidia does not work neither in console nor in X11 and in dmesg I see this:
I have this:
nvidia-driver-340-340.108_2 NVidia graphics card binary drivers for hardware OpenGL rendering
I'm using Gnome 3 on FreeBSD 12.2 with a GTX 970 display adapter. The system suspends to RAM but does not resume, although it resumes with Windows and Linux on the same hardware.
A post in April recommended editing /usr/src/sys/dev/fb/vesa.c so that a line is commented out:
I have a TrueNAS 12.0 server which runs with no GUI. I plugged in Nvidia GTX 1050Ti to it in order to use in ffmpeg. After plugging in pciconf -vl gave me the following output
vgapci0@pci0:2:0:0: class=0x030000 card=0x85d11043 chip=0x1c8210de rev=0xa1 hdr=0x00
Recently I bought a brand new ASUS nVidia GeForce GT710-4H-SL-2GD5.
First and foremost for me in there is capacity to support up to 4 monitors with low energy consumption.
With nvidia-driver-340 the videocard just works, although a full screen video runs unsatisfactory.
I am a new FreeBSD user and I just installed FreeBSD on my computer. My PC has 2 graphics processing units, one on the cpu(intel) and a gpu(nvidia). First time I set it up, I had some scaling problems with the display, eg the Intel GPU has a full HD resolution on xfce but the nvidia card...
Install FreeBSD 12.2 with Gnome, when installing the nvidia-driver all the tty (Control + alt + F (x) look like this
Currently I have an Nvidia GTX 750 Ti video card I want to use for my little machine learning projects, and I see that CUDA does not work on FreeBSD. I am curious if I could use OpenCL https://www.freshports.org/devel/opencl with this Nvidia card, or that is out of the question too?
I am trying to install Nvidia driver on my very old computer with GeForce4 MX 440. But it failed. I have installed FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE.
The port was deleted from the source tree so I checkout https://svnweb.freebsd.org/ports/branches/2014Q4 which contains the port nvidia-driver-96. I have...
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 know there is a lot of thread regarding this question and I have tried a lot of them but with no positive result. I am totally new to FreeBSD but I usually manage to get my way around with Debian type distros.
I installed FreeBSD 12.1 release version. I followed several tutorials and lead...
I'm getting beaten a couple months by my nvidia card.
I got beaten to put it working in FreeBSD 11 and now in FreeBSD 12.
I've installed system and immediately updated via freebsd-update to 12.1-RELEASE-p5 and no success to put nvidia working ever since.
I already tried all...
I posted before a computer which has some limited hardware.
It's specs are these.
AMD 64 Athlon 3000+.
Nvidia FX 5700 256MB.
512MB RAM DDR x2 = 1024MB.
I have installed on it FreeBSD 12.1 RELEASE-p6 GENERIC i386 with the LXDE Desktop.
When the LXDE desktop wants to use a screensaver which...
I followed this tutorial to install KDE: https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/x11-wm.html , but whenever I startx I got an error about frame buffer mode. I found that it means that I need to set the video card driver. I found somewhere (don't remember) a file named xf86-video-nvidia, so I guess...
I'm running FreeBSD 12.1-p2 on an old Dell XPS M1330 laptop.
The video card is an old nVidia GeForce 8400M GS, and everything use to work fine with driver "nvidia-driver-304-304.137_6".
A few days ago I installed the latest system updates, and now X.org stopped working.
I'm having trouble getting my dual monitor setup to work. I have my first monitor "Screen0" plugged into my motherboard (intel, at least I think so). I have my second monitor plugged into my nvidia graphics card, "Screen1". I can get the Screen0 to work if I have my driver set to "modesetting"...
Exploring a new Dell Precision 7540 with Nvidia Quadro RTX3000: I can't find any way to control the display backlight brightness other that by running x11/nvidia-settings:
nvidia-settings -a BacklightBrightness=x # x = 0...100This is good for desktop use with Xorg, but doesn't work for...
I first tried with a nvidia gtx 1050 and the standard nvidia-driver package. But I had a lot of tearing so I wanted to adjust the settings via nvidia-settings. The problem with the standard driver is that nvidia-settings do not open. So then I tried to configure the driver via a...