Grub does not automatically load module deps, you need to manually specify
linux_common or other deps of the nvidia driver. Take a look at what is loaded
with kldstat after boot.
On Nov 2, 2015, 6:46 PM, at 6:46 PM, Kostya Berger <berger...@yahoo.co.uk>
>I'm on 11.0-CURRENT #0 r289580
>I didn't find this in any archives, so I'm posting it here. Mine is a
>ZFS based system and I'm booting using GRUB2, not the FreeBSD
>loader.However, this works just fine on FreeBSD 10.2 etc.
>But on 11.0-CURRENT this appears in boot message:...
>KLD file linux.ko is missing dependencies
>KLD file nvidia.ko is missing dependencies
>...Accordingly, nvidia.ko is not loaded on boot. But when I afterwards
>manually `kldload nvidia`, it works just fine and the driver gets
>Not sure if this is related, but on shutdown/reboot I also have some
>ZFS related debug output, of which I can only send a photo. Not
>attaching it now as I'm not sure how the mailing list software will
>react to this, but I'm ready to send it on demand.
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