found how to do that, but since I have zfs on root with geli I'm better off
just using the USB install image.
Just changed and booted again, tried the kldload and got a similar screen
I'll have to attach a screenshot again.
I should also mention this is a laptop with an ati card but it also has Intel
integrated graphics (i7 processor).
Maybe this is what causes he issue?
startx also fails and auto loads radeonkms and i915kms.
I'll attach Xorg.log after reboot.
"Mike C." <miguelmcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>Btw, I wonder if there's a way to ignore loader.conf at boot?
>Otherwise I can boot from an install image, just courious tough, would
>be nice if there a way to do it.
>I will post the output on the other mailing list
>"Jean-Sébastien Pédron" <dumbb...@freebsd.org> wrote:
>>On 25.01.2014 22:45, Mike C. wrote:
>>> Worked but I'm still stuck in this case at 'vt_allocate: Replace
>>existing VT driver.'
>>> a few lines up I see:
>>> No connectors reported connected with modes.
>>Could you please boot without loading the Radeon driver from
>>loader.conf, and run "kldload radeonkms", then post a full dmesg?
>>> should I post to freebsd-...@freebsd.org?
>>Yes, this will be more on topic.
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