kld_list="ig4 iichid amdgpu amdsmb amdtemp linux64 linux".
/usr/local/sys/modules/drm-kmodand manually keep it in sync the version in drm-devel-kmod by doing
git pull; git checkout $GH_TAGNAME, where GH_TAGNAME comes from the drm-devel-kmod
Makefile. I do this whenever I update the port locally. All this elaborate set up to make sure that whenever I rebuild the kernel, the amdgpu module automatically gets rebuilt and copied to
/boot/kernel/amdgpu.kowhen I do installkernel, so that it stays in sync with the kernel + it gives me the option of going back to an older working version in case of trouble.
Section "InputClass" Identifier "touchpad" MatchIsTouchpad "on" Driver "libinput" Option "Tapping" "on" EndSection
… In /etc/src.conf I have
% grep -v \# /etc/src.conf | sort KERNCONF=GENERIC-NODEBUG PORTS_MODULES= emulators/virtualbox-ose-kmod graphics/drm-devel-kmod graphics/gpu-firmware-kmod WITH_CCACHE_BUILD=yes WITH_MALLOC_PRODUCTION=yes %
git -C /usr/ports pull --ff-only && git -C /usr/src pull --ff-only
pw showgroup wheel:*:0:root,myusername video:*:44:myuserusername
Yes. Added user to the video and wheel groups, but it did not work. I might have skipped some steps while installing xfce. Read a howto article, pkg installed slim, edited /etc/rc.conf to enable mouse, slim, hald and dbus, edited xinitrc to addThat sounds like that your $USER is not in the video group.
echo 'exec startxfce4' > /home/myusername/.xinitrc nano /usr/local/etc/slim.conf # in file slim.conf # current_theme fsbd
Please tell me what is it that I need to remove from my configuration? The linePlease remove it from your configuration.
current_theme fsbdor the entire slim.conf file or something else? As of now it works fine, but if there is something that you noticed as wrong in the 5 year old howto article that I followed, I will do so immediately.
You edited /etc/rc.conf to include a HAL-related line. That one line can/should be removed.
portmaster -athat is running for the past 5 hours (BSD installed in under 30 minutes but this ports tree fix is taking so long). The command to update the ports tree appears to be compiling every software in the Ports tree. Looks like the O/S in my computer is going to be one with a 100+ GB footprint.