Install FreeBSD 12.2 with Gnome, when installing the nvidia-driver all the tty (Control + alt + F (x) look like this
Hi, I use FreeBSD 12.2-RELEASE on a ThinkPad T530. Most of the time, I run it connected to 2 external screens:
- one via miniDP -> HDMI (1920x1080)
- the other one via VGA -> VGA (1440x900)
- the built-in laptop screen is turned off (LVDS - 1366x768)
Here are the relevant lines of my xrandr in a...
I have been using FreeBSD many years ago and was mostly on Linux. There have been many developments that I don't really like, so I decided to go back to FreeBSD and try my luck once again.
Here is my problem: I just installed FreeBSD a few weeks ago and am trying to tweak some stuff...
I see claims that XTerm is incapable of not jumping to the prompt when new output is going in or when the user presses a key.
I have the solution, and is indeed a problem of letter case in the .Xdefaults or .Xresources file.
To achieve the desired behaviour add this to your .Xdefaults or...
This is probably a noob question, but I have wondered for some time the difference between TTY and terminal like rxvt-unicode or Xterm (and less shell). Is TTY just a virtual device which runs terminal emulator like rxvt-unicode which runs shell like sh or bash?
If I have a freshly installed...
I am working on my git server, and SSH its claiming about have no access to /dev/tty inside of jail.
After read about this issue, I have found is need setup on /etc/rc.conf to start it using:
And on my jail.conf I need use devfs_ruleset, the level 3 and 5...
I'm testing out FreeBSD10 in a VM environment. I'm not sure if this is expected behavior, as I'm new to FreeBSD, but every time I try to scroll back using the Scroll-Lock -> Arrow keys the screen drops back to the end where the input cursor is. Is it possible to change this behavior? I...
I have done a little bit of searching around on this without luck. I apologize for the weak effort, but I am sick right now and don't feel like doing a lot of reading.
Is there a way to enter a virtual console (tty?) while in an X environment? I'm looking for something like "Ctrl+Alt+F1" that...