Ok, I wasn't aware of this difference, thanks.  

I put "options VESA" in my kernel config, as I already mentioned in my first 
post.  When I search through dmesg, I read this: 

> VESA: v2.0, 8192k memory, flags:0x0, mode table:0xc0378382 (1000022)
> VESA: S3 Incorporated. M7 BIOS

But the last two lines read: 

> module_register: module vesa already exists!
> linker_file_sysinit "vesa.ko" failed to register! 17

Btw, it's a laptop (Toshiba), the graphic card is S3 Savage/IX-MV.  


> Linux actually goes into a graphics mode and blits the characters onto
> the screen, which is slow but works with any card that has a graphics
> mode.  FreeBSD stays in text mode, which gets you a much faster console
> but requires video card support.  "Cordula's Web" mentioned that you
> need kernel support for this; make sure you have "options VESA" in your
> kernel config file, or have loaded the vesa kernel module.

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