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    Solved Xfce Won't Boot

    I was trying to install a GUI (KDE) but in the end it said DISPLAY is not set or cannot connect to the x server kde. I did run some commands but none of them help with the issue so I gave up on KDE and tried to install XFCE, I did pkg install xorg slim xfce, and enabled the slim...
  2. QantumEntangled

    Xfce Cannot Manage Display & Mouse from Xfce4 settings menus

    I installed FreeBSD for the first time yesterday and installed Xorg and Xfce4 with Slim to manage logging in. I can boot into slim and login to the desktop and everything seems to work. But the settings menu doesn't have the monitor in the list of displays, and the mouse settings show "sysmouse"...
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    Solved [slim|xfce] login "loop" issue

    Hello there, I have just installed FreeBSD 11 on my old Acer Extensa 5220 Notebook from DVD. After setting up Xorg, xfce and slim, the login manager shows up, asking me for user and password. Up to here, everything works as expected, but..: No matter if I try to login as root or with my normal...
  4. Phishfry

    Xfce4 on RPi2

    I have an x11-wm/xfce4 desktop up and running on Raspberry Pi 2 with xf86-video-scfb and I am surprised how well it runs on the RPi2. I only use packages on Arm and prior to Release 11 only the lightweight Window Managers were available. Now we have xfce4. Bravo to everyone for getting this...
  5. fnoyanisi

    Xfce Why do I have to install 3 different clang versions for Xfce?

    Hi there, After having a long discussion about future of the GNOME desktop, I decided to give a try to x11-wm/xfce. Different components that come with Xfce (taskmanager, squeeze etc...) required different versions of clang to be installed as a dependency. Now I have clang33, clang35 and...
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    xfce looks fuzzy (virtualBox)

    I'm using freeBSD 10.2-RELEASE with XFCE on VirtualBox with windows 7 machine and computer with Intel HD Graphics Card. On system I've installed emulators/virtualbox-ose-additions and my Xserver works. My problem is that Xserver looks very "fuzzy". I mean looks like connecting full HD monitor...
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    Solved Xfce4 without dbus and policykit?

    I am currently using two operating systems - FreeBSD and Devuan. The latter is a new project that aims to create a general purpose OS based on Debian that does not contain systemd, yet offers the tried and tested UNIX solutions (user groups, etc.). For instance, the init process is driven by...
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