[PATCH TO TEST] VESA [1024x768] mode support for FreeBSD-CURRENT
dsnofe at msn.com
Sun Aug 29 19:12:55 PDT 2004
I sorry. I made a mistake when I upload the patchfile useing IE.
here I resend th patch. try again.
#make ;make install;make clean
#patch -p < current-syscons.diff
then add VESA and PIXEL support in kernel.
BTW: the output of "vidcontrol -i mode" show that SXGA+1400x1050, WXGA(1280
x 800), WUXGA(1920 x 1200), WSXGA(1680 x 1050) it not supported.one of my
box support 1280x800. But I can only use 1024x768. I will work on that.
ALSO: the syscons patch is continue development by Sascha Wildner
<saw at online.de>.
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>On Sun, Aug 29, 2004 at 06:32:10 EDT, Patrick Hurrelmann scribbled these
> > I tried you patch and it applies cleanly to 5.3-BETA1, but kernelbuild
> > breaks due to syscons. Does anybody experience the same?
> > See attached log of kernelbuild.
>I see the same thing on 6.0-CURRENT.
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