I followed felix's instructions on this post and now have a working FreeBSD 13-RELEASE-p3 (arm64) system on my Orange Pi R1 Plus with one of the ethernet ports functioning fine.
However, the USB (2.0) ports are not working - neither the built in port, nor the ones on the add-on board that came...
How do I verify a FreeBSD installation ISO image (ie. FreeBSD-13.0-RELEASE-amd64-dvd1.iso) burned --- or written :-) - to a USB stick?
The USB stick is created by the following command:
dd if=FreeBSD-13.0-RELEASE-amd64-dvd1.iso of=/dev/da0 bs=1m conv=sync
I've tried by issuing the following...
Ok so here's the thing.:
I'm trying to purify/wipe cellphones and tablets in a safe and secure manner by using any app/program/port made for wiping HDDs and SSDs. Right now, I've tried using BCwipe to wipe the device "ugen0.2" (which is the phone I want to wipe) but it keeps resulting in an I/O...
I need to use a USB flash disk to move files to/from macOS to FreeBSD.
What is the best or recommended common filesystem between the two operating systems?
Should I first format the USD disk using macOS Disk Utility? What filesystem (APFS, FAT, exFAT, etc. should I choose)?
Or, should I format...
It's frequently necessary to force off a computer (HP EliteBook 8570p, sometimes docked) when an attempt to suspend fails, with these messages from kernel:
pcm3: unregister: mixer busy
pcm3: Waiting for sound application to exit!
I subscribe to this bug...
I want to set up freeBSD to a 16 gb usb driver. I tried to plug my usb while installisation and got
Cam statues: CCN request completed with an error.
So how can I avoid these errors and setup FreeBSD to my usb driver?
Hi, I'm trying to use Proxim ORiNOCO 802.11n USB. But an interface does not come up on ifconfig
My USB Wi-Fi adapter is;
# usbconfig -d 1.3 dump_device_desc
ugen0.3: <Proxim ORiNOCO 802.11n USB> at usbus0, cfg=0 md=HOST spd=HIGH (480Mbps) pwr=ON (500mA)
bLength = 0x0012
we needed dedicated USB port on windows machine on bhyve so we installed a dedicated USB host controller: uPD720202 USB 3.0 Host Controller detached it and attached ppt driver to it :
devctl detach pci0:1:0:0 && devctl set driver pci0:1:0:0 ppt
~~~ vm config win7 ~~~
I have аn ITX mainboard with BE-M1000 SoC.
This is an eight-core ARM Cortex-A57 processor. I tried to install the FreeBSD on this mainboard. I used the FreeBSD-12.2-RELEASE-arm64-aarch64-memstick.img. An attempt to install from USB flash drive was unsuccessful. The system does not find the boot...
I want to pass HD Webcam USB device to the FreeBSD running in qemu.
I use following command to start the emulated system:
qemu-system-x86_64 -m 2048 \
-hda FreeBSD-12.1-RELEASE-amd64.qcow2 -enable-kvm \
-netdev user,id=mynet0,hostfwd=tcp:127.0.0.1:7722-:22 \
On my HP xw9400, when I boot from a stick with FreeBSD-12.1-RELEASE-amd64, I get a list as follows
BIOS drive C: is disk0
BIOS drive H: is disk5
Then it hangs at the vertical bar. Why might this be?
Is it possible to directly access a USB device in a jail?
I came across this article:
It seems possible to do so from that article.
If it is possible, would it make sense to create a Linux jail that has raw access to a...
Lets say i dd my whole main nvme disk (where i have installed freebsd) to my 120gbytes usb flash drive
Is it gonna be able to boot ?
Also if i then dd my usb flash drive to my laptops 250gbytes ssd disk am i gonna have a working system ? what about the free space am i gonna be able to add...
I've recently gotten an android tablet and I would like to use it as a second monitor for my laptop (over USB.)
I have made some progress towards this goal. However I have encountered two issues. I have been following this guide...
Last time I tried this, I had trouble where the box would not boot. I think the device id of the usb external disks changes on reboot.
I wonder if this is solved by plugging all the external drives in and rebooting before I add anything.
Should there be a way that ZFS just knows which drive is...
I have a raspberry pi running FreeBSD that is booted off of a USB
I need to backup the current FreeBSD operating system and all of its files and contents to a second USB that I am plugging into the raspberry pi.
Currently, I am looking through the manual and seeing the cp command...
Is there an easier way to find connected devices in the /dev/ dir than plugging in and taking out and comparing? I want to setup a file server and I have most of the content on my android and apple phones, so I would like to transfer the content via USB. Are there more practical ways to do this?