FreeBSD 10.1_RELEASE to FreeBSD 10.2 BETA2

Pavel Timofeev timp87 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 24 20:07:24 UTC 2015


2015-07-24 18:43 GMT+03:00 Stari Karp <starikarp at yandex.com>:
> On Fri, 2015-07-24 at 06:40 -0700, timp wrote:
>> Hi!
>>
>> > 1. VT module doesn't load.
>> >   In /boot/loader.conf I have:
>> >   kern.vty=vt
>> > but it doesn't work. If I manual loada module witk kldload radeonkms I
>> > got just black screen and nothing more.
>>
>> As I know it's not a module. And you can't load it.
>> I have a workstation under 10.2-BETA2 amd64 GENERIC with kern.vty=vt set and
>> have no problem.
>>
>> > 2. Fireware external disk doesn't work either. In /boot/loader.conf I
>> > have sbp_load="YES" but it doesn't load. If I run kldload sbp it load
>> > and works.
>> > 3. The same is with web camera.
>> >   cuse4bsd_load="YES" which I have in /boot/loader.conf doesn't load.
>> > It works if I load with kldload.
>> > In /boot/loader.conf I have also loader_logo="beastie" which doesn't
>> > show picture in menu (it is default one).
>> >
>> > In /boot/device.hints I have also some hits which are for my sound card
>> > and it doesn't read them and sound doesn't work correct too.
>> >
>> > On FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE (amd 64) I didn't have problems.
>> > Today I update with freebsd-update fetch and the problem exist.
>>
>> What if you load the previous kernel? Did you upgrade only kernel? What
>> about world?
>> Something's definitely wrong with your machine.
>> I have
>>
>> % cat /boot/loader.conf
>> zfs_load="YES"
>> kern.geom.label.gptid.enable="0"
>> kern.vty=vt
>> hw.vga.textmode=1
>> cuse4bsd_load="YES"
>> autoboot_delay="2"
>> coretemp_load="YES"
>> fuse_load="YES"
>> kern.racct.enable=1
>>
>> and it works.
>>
> On my system worked without problems before update.
> I forgot to mentoned that I have FreeBSD installed on iMac 11,1 and boot
> manager is rEFIT. It works without problem more than two years.
> What is the problem now I don't know.
>
>

This is really important clarification, I am not kidding.

I have never had such hardware. Try to load from latest ISO
ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/ISO-IMAGES/10.2/


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