AMDGPU Kabini [Radeon HD 8400 / R3 Series] on FreeBSD

Михаил Новоселов, Думалогия mikhailnov at
Fri Nov 17 07:42:00 UTC 2017

Thanks, but what exactly should I do?

1. Which bootloader do you mean? I know about /etc/default/grub Kernel 
CMDLINE in Linux, but here in FreeBSD I have rfEEINd, where do I find 
the options or how to Google for the documentation?
2. what do you mean under playing with loading modules? how is the 
needed kernel module called? should I restart Xorg after loading radeon 
17.11.2017 01:12, Greg V via freebsd-x11 пишет:
> On 11/17/2017 00:57, Михаил Новоселов, ШЭМ Думалогия wrote:
>> 17.11.2017, 00:51, "Theron" <theron.tarigo at>:
>>> On 11/16/17 15:59, Михаил Новоселов, ШЭМ Думалогия wrote:
>>>>   Hello, I have Radeon HD 8400 APU which works well under Linux, 
>>>> but it does not under FreeBSD
>>>>   I have made a forum thread with all information: 
>>>>   Bellow is the same information, copy-pasted.
>>>>   00:01.0 VGA compatible controller: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. 
>>>> [AMD/ATI] Kabini [Radeon HD 8400 / R3 Series]
>>>>   is my videocard, it's an APU (video is integrated)
>>> What is the output of `kldstat`?  It may be necessary to explicitly 
>>> load
>>> the "amdgpu" kernel module.
> I'm not sure amdgpu works for older cards currently. (Works great for 
> RX 480!)
> You might want to try radeonkms instead.
> And if you're using EFI boot with either amdgpu or radeonkms, you need 
> to set |hw.syscons.disable=1 in the bootloader because of this:
> |
> Which means you won't see anything on the console until the driver is 
> loaded.
> So enable sshd, get another device ready to ssh into the box, reboot 
> with syscons disabled, ssh, play with loading modules :)
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С уважением,
Михаил Новоселов, технический специалист школы "Думалогия"
думалогия.рф | mikhailnov at

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