cpghost at cordula.ws
Fri Jan 23 11:27:50 PST 2004
> In the last episode (Jan 23), Geert Hendrickx said:
> > Hello,
> > I'm used to having framebuffers in Linux, and I would like to have that in
> > FreeBSD too.
> > I have already reconfigured and recompiled my kernel with "options VESA"
> > enabled. Then I added this 2 lines to /etc/rc.conf:
> > font8x8="/usr/share/syscons/fonts/iso-8x8.fnt"
> > allscreen_flags="132x43"
> > and rebooted, but it still doesn't work.
> Try VESA_132x43. I'm not sure why all the modes aren't just WxH. Your
> card also needs to be able to support that vesa mode; you can run
> "vidcontrol -i mode | grep T" to list the text modes your card can do.
You may need to tweak your kernel config file,
or kldload vesa for this to work.
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