After installing GhostBSD, selected keyboard layout was used in X/xorg, but not in console. According to this vt is the current default console. Keyboard layout is in /usr/share/vt/keymap/colemak.acc.kbd
Solution: edit /etc/defaults/rc.conf keymap="colemak.acc.kbd" and /etc/rc.conf...
Hello, I have tried changing the screen resolution with vidcontrol but I got an error:
module_register_init: MOD_LOAD (vesa, 0xffffffff8251100, 0) error 19
sysctl_unregister_oid: failed to unregister sysctl
With this reply, I changed my console mode from vt to sc and I successfully changed my...
I've been struggling for a long time with the default color palette of vt terminal especially in midnight commander. Today i had some free time to look at this and finally i manage to set up the default "dos" color palette from here:
I decided to use my freshly installed FreeBSD-12-STABLE only in "text" mode (cheap laptop, no drivers for touchpad). I manged to configure nice colors (solarized) but stuck with two things. One of them is font configuration.
Currently I use default terminus font. The problem is that when...
Freshly installed FreeBSD 11 Release on my Lenovo W520 with UEFI and VT. When I boot from FreeBSD ISO DVD, UEFI only and VT, everything looks normal, after installation completed and reboot the system here what the output looks like (please look at the attached file).
Hi guys, :beer: my question about vt console, is possible to change colors theme somehow?
I mean not change orange to blue, but adjust the color slightly, like for a theme?
EDIT: oh here is example what I mean :D
If I use sc, when I exit Xorg I get a blank screen. The handbook suggests I use vt, which works but doesn't have a screen saver. So I'd like to use sc.
There is something that is not yet clear to me.
Is it possible to use sc and not have the screen go blank after I exit Xorg?
Just for the...
When I try to return from Xorg to pure console (either by killing Xorg or with ctrl-alt-f2) I get a blank screen.
The handbook says enabling vt(4) will fix the problem. And it did.
But then the screen saver wouldn't work:
# from /etc/rc.conf
10 months ago, someone asked this...
I am new to FreeBSD.
One of the first annoying problems I have found is the "console beep". I have found online several ways to disable it, but they seem not to work for me:
kbdcontrol -b off
doesn't do anything,
(inside rc.conf) doesn't do anything,