FreeBSD-10.0r. on Lenovo G780
adrian at freebsd.org
Sun May 25 21:48:31 UTC 2014
I'm not sure what chipset the HD4000 is and whether it requires the
DRI2 stuff. What you describe sounds like it does.
I suggest grabbing the latest FreeBSD 11-current amd64 snapshot - the
"VT" one, which has the new console driver in it - and try that with
X. It should restore things back the right way.
On 25 May 2014 13:23, Istvan Galgand <igalgand at freemail.hu> wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> I've just purchased a Lenovo G780 laptop. Setting single graphical card in
> BIOS only an Intel HD 4000 onboard chipset is available. I've managed to
> install FreeBSD-10.0r.to an external usb3 hdd. It is doing a very nice
> job, even a beautiful Mate desktop is achieved. But, when I want to fall
> back to console from desktop I am left with a blank screen that
> practically stays for ever. From that very moment I could intervene only from a neighbouring box
> of my home network. So I got suspicuous and one day later I installed a PCBSD-10.0 to that
> hdd, but unfortunately experienced the same result.
> My question, did anyone of you manage to install FreeBSD-10.0 to that type of
> laptop with success? I am interested in a solution, in a workaround...
> Any help would be highly appreciated.
> Some additional information, amd64, .xinitrc/startx used.
> Regards, Istvan
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