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My annoyances with FreeBSD 11.1-Release on my laptop

k.jacker

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#26
What you look at as an assumption from my side, is just the way the human brain works. Mine, yours, everyone's. I didn't mean to harm.
 

masterofnull

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#28
I have an intel nuc6i7kyk and I have loved the freebsd support. with i915kms I have been keeping up with 12 current without an issue
 

vermaden

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#30
I have issue with Dell XPS 13 headphones sound. Never expected that such trivial feauture can be broken. When I plug headphones I hear loud static noise. I found that it is fixed in Lunux https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linu.../?id=5e6db6699b7651f02f4b7cc6a86f5b3d9359d636 but I have no idea how their solution can be applied to FreeBSD.
Submit a BUG to FreeBSD with the same information, with that link to kernel.org, that should help - http://freebsd.org/send-pr.html
 

abishai

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#31
Submit a BUG to FreeBSD with the same information, with that link to kernel.org, that should help - http://freebsd.org/send-pr.html
It exists for a long time https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=200526 Looks like nobody knows how to do this as well or just not cares. Linux solution is 3 lines of code that send shutdown signal to nid2. Probably, it should be added here - https://github.com/freebsd/freebsd/...11ad5993/sys/dev/sound/pci/hda/hdaa_patches.c
Most of patches rearrange pins, that can be done in loader.conf manually, no complex stuff like changing mode of specific pin.