This is for the pico8 binary specifically, which is only distributed for Linux, MacOS and Windows currently.
So I've installed the necessary emulator port (emulator/linux_base-c7) to provide the necessary libraries, etc. and have linux.ko, linux_common.ko, linux64.ko loaded.
So I understand...
I try to setup a FreeBSD 11.2 with Openbox as a VMware Fusion guest but I struggle with the virtual mouse and the keyboard layout.
Here are the commands I use: https://gist.github.com/arthurwhite/cc3b9c77f1c4d712bd281abbdfcf0199
More specifically, the X11 configuration:
This thread it's because I want to use x11/rxvt-unicode as WM.
I was bothering to Trihexagonal with my questions. I'm really new in this: I only get successful installing and using i3-wm. ALL of the rest, I couldn't use them.
This time I don't want to throw the towel. I saw what I can do with...
Hola soy nuevo en FreeBSD, y toda la documentacion que he leido me parece muy interesante , ahora quiero saber como crear mi sistema operativo solo con el entorno de x11 y poder modicar las aplicaciones que utiliza
Hi, I'm new to FreeBSD, and all the documentation I've read is very interesting...
Commissioning a FreeBSD 11.1 box starting with an empty HD. From MS Windows, using VcXsrv and PuTTY, am unable to start X11 programs.
When I login using PuTTY, VCXsrv already running, these two lines are in the lines displayed.
/usr/local/bin/xauth: (stdin):1: bad display name "unix:10.0" in...
I recently installed FreeBSD on my X230 tablet and nearly everything works perfectly. But I have two issues with the Wacom things:
The touch screen behaves strangly: At about every second touch the pointer moves only half the way from it's current to it's new position and it is...
Exactly what the title says.
How do binary packages for FreeBSD get built and posted to pkg.freebsd.org?
My question specifically concerns graphics/php56-gd, which has compile-time switches to enable or disable XPM and t1lib support. Enabling these two options pulls in a whole bunch of X11...
Can you help me find which exact kernel configuration and X11 options I need to optimize my system for FreeBSD?
My hardware is an Acer Extensa 2509 with these components
Intel Celeron N2930
2 GB RAM DDR3-1600
Intel HD Graphics (Bay Trail) 820 MHz igdumdim64
Seagate Momentus Thin...
I've gotten a new "playbook", an 11" Braswell post-modern netbook with a Celeron N3150 aboard (made by Clevo) which has an IGP identified as "Cherryview" by Mesa.
This machine works fine with X.org 1.15.1 under Linux (Ubuntu 14.04.4 with a home-built 4.5.6 kernel), hardly the latest X.org...
I am running Xorg on 9.3-RELEASE-p21 on a Nvidia vanta (which is a TNT ):
[ 996.823] (--) NV(0): Chipset: "Vanta"
[ 996.823] (==) NV(0): Depth 24, (--) framebuffer bpp 32
[ 996.823] (==) NV(0): RGB weight 888
[ 996.823] (==) NV(0): Default visual is TrueColor
As can be seen from this...
I’ve recently installed FreeBSD-CURRENT (r287930) onto my ThinkPad T440, I’ve used CURRENT as it supports my Intel ac 7260 wireless card.
I have installed SLiM as my login manager, and that seems to be working OK. After playing with GNOME3 and Xfce I wanted to try out...
So - I fallen in love with FreeBSD. Linux was fun but its like having 100 cooks making a stew. The beef, fish and goat together? Too many cooks. And I like software that actually compiles on my machine. I can't tell you how insane it makes me to try to compile from source on a Linux...
According to SLiM's (x11/slim) configuration file, /usr/local/etc/slim.conf, session options are defined by xdg desktop files located in /usr/local/share/xsessions. I have the following files located in that directory:
$ ls /usr/local/share/xsessions/
Sorry, wasn't sure if this should go in "X.Org" or "Window Managers" forum.
Recently I was trying to get the Logout/Shutdown dialog in Cinnamon to work correctly. After logging out into XDM via the dialog, Cinnamon immediately crashed after trying to log back in. The desktop background...
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...