On 02/21/15 23:59, Shawn Webb wrote:
On Friday, February 20, 2015 09:29:20 AM Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
On 02/20/15 02:15, Shawn Webb wrote:
On Thursday, February 19, 2015 07:04:50 PM Shawn Webb wrote:
On Sunday, February 15, 2015 11:14:47 PM Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
I've added support for USB display link adapters to FreeBSD-11-current,
but the kernel panics once "vt_fb_attach(info)" is called from
"fbd_register(struct fb_info* info)" when the USB device is plugged or
udl.ko is loaded. Is this a known issue?
I just bought a DisplayLink adapter that's compatible. Compiling a new
kernel with device udl brings this error:
You need to also build the "sys/modules/videomode" and install and kldload.
Does your device need a power supply?
Can you plug the device through an external USB HUB after boot?
Also you need some VT patches, before it will attach to VT which I can
send you. See attachment.
Beware the unplugging the device is not supported. It will crash / panic
which needs to be resolved.
(FYI: I'm switching email accounts from latt...@gmail.com to
So I'm a little unsure how to test this. Could you provide some instructions?
I bought this device: http://www.iogear.com/support/dm/driver/GUC2020DW6
It's listed in udl.c as supported:
What kind of setup should I have in my xorg.conf to tell xorg to use that
instead of the built-in laptop display? Can you provide an example xorg.conf?
Xorg config is here:
I'll see if I can put the rest of the patches in place this week, so
that it will be more easy for you.
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