I have a strange situation (for me).
I install freeBSD 12.1, xorg, xfce, nvidia-driver (build the 440.31 from ports) ...
When I launch startx, the screen of my laptop become black with a little blanc square on top left.
I lost 3-4 hour to discover that if I connect a HDMI monitor, I can see...
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
Hi, I just bought a Lenovo Hybrid USB-C/USB-A docking station for my X1 Carbon thats running FreeBSD. I can't get it to play nicely. It seems to detect the dock, lights flash etc. Can turn the laptop on/off via the button on the dock. I bought it to connect 2 external monitors and ethernet...
After a few days of searching I found this easy way to bring back the output of a process back to screen even if the source terminal is closed.
The advantage is that you do not need extra software to manage this.
1. Start the process, write it to a new pipe and send it to the background
I'm not able to access any of my bash aliases when using sysutils/screen. Do I need to move them to a different file, or is there a config setting I need to use?
My bash aliases currently reside in my /home/.bash_profile file.
Screen is using bash as a shell.
[localhost ~]$ screen
I wrote a script to direct all output to a log file, but I'd like to echo certain things during the process of the script to screen output if I can. I haven't been able to find anything related to this searching online, and the man page for sh is cryptic for me (as of now).
I use Asrock N3150 with integrated Intel HD Graphics. No other GPU do I have.
I get "Number of created screens does not match number of detected devices" error when I try Xorg -configure. Here is the log:
X.Org X Server 1.17.4
Release Date: 2015-10-28
[ 1011.134] X...
I'm running 10.2-RELEASE with GENERIC kernel.
I'm trying to use a boot splash screen and did the implementation right according to the FreeBSD handbook and the few threads here in the board including the correct file format via GIMP.
When I boot with boot splash configured it...