FreeBSD 13.1 vanilla install (KDE) on Dell Vostro 3350 bare metal.

FreeBSD 13.1 (KDE) vanilla install on Dell Vostro 3350. The Vostro has a hybrid graphics card. The Radeon GPU reported in Linux (lspci | grep VGA) as a Radeon HD 6400M/7400M series, as well as discreet Intel graphics support. I have in the past had NomadBSD 13.0 installed with no graphics issues on the Vostro.

Current install kicks up an error:

“Connection refused’

I have tried # pkg install drm-kmod

/var/log/Xorg.0.log states following:

“More than one primary device found”

I have run out of ideas. Anyone?
 

SirDice

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FreeBSD 13.1 (KDE) vanilla install
A "vanilla" install of FreeBSD doesn't install KDE. A vanilla install is only FreeBSD itself, nothing else. Just a tiny nitpick.

Because you don't have problems installing or upgrading FreeBSD itself this thread shouldn't be in "Installing and Upgrading FreeBSD". You have problems getting the display server (i.e. Xorg) working. Thread moved accordingly.
 
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