I am playing with FreeBSD-13.0-RELEASE-arm64-aarch64-RPI.img.xz
on a Raspberry 3B.
I was pleasantly surprised, it booted without display attached, appeared in the network and had resized its partition. It recognized even my usb network stick (rgephy0: <RTL8169S/8110S/8211 1000BASE-T media...
I am having trouble understanding what to add to my /etc/devfs.rules in order to allow a jail to access USB devices. It is about a Raspberry Pi 3B+ running FreeBSD 13.0p4 RELEASE, I would like to set up a jail that runs comms/dump1090, which takes input data from a SDR-RTL USB...
I am using R13 on a RPi3B+ with the Official Raspberry Pi 7" Touch Screen Display.
In my other FreeBSD systems, the screen turns off by itself after some minutes (like a screen saver).
This doesn't happen with my RPi setup.
What controls this feature? How can I activate it?
Thank you in...
I recently installed FreeBSD 12.1-STABLE on a Raspberry Pi 3B+. FreeBSD booted fine from a technical perspective, but took about five minutes to get to a login prompt. I reflashed the SD card with the RELEASE version, and the same thing happened. I noticed it hung up somewhere near...
Can I boot FreeBSD from a USB device on a RPi3 (I presume it wouldn't work on an RPi2...)?
Is it just a matter of copying the contents of the SD card to USB? If so can I just pop the card into a USB adapter?