Spun off from <https://forums.FreeBSD.org/threads/freebsd-kommunity-edition.78594/post-513391>, thanks in particular to:
Mjölnir for beginning the discussion
Samuel Venable for creating the disk image.
General comments and questions
can be removed from /etc/rc.conf
I'm trying to setup a FreeBSD desktop as guest in VirtualBox.
I have no /etc/X11/xorg.conf, instead I've put the customized configuration in /usr/local/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/.
There, I've added two files:
mouse0.conf that contains the exact same content as described in the handbook (no...
In these days, I installed FreeBSD on a virtual machine(VirtualBox). I tried also to install the graphical interface. But, I can't install the xorg using ports, nor packages.
Someone has any tip to do otherwise or knows what's wrong with xorg?
I get eye strain from some graphic cards and certain video modes.
Maybe you have more technical knowledge than I do, and you can help me find the cause.
I already tried other operating systems and know which ones I can use without problems, but if it is possible to fix the eye strain I...
I installed FreeBSD and set up X.Org, following the handbook's instructions.
But now I need your help.
Whenever X exits, the PC completely freezes. It looks like I'm still on X though. I can't type anymore, and the power button won't shut down the system. I have to press and hold the...
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...