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Loading Kernel Modules (amdgpu)
#1
First of all, I am not sure whether this is the right category for this thread or not, so if it's wrong, someone please tell me. I am finally actually able to comfortably use a BSD Operating System (what's been holding me back was the lack of driver support for my AMD Fury X). Now the amdgpu driver I need is not loaded be default, making the desktop painfully sluggish (I'm guessing it's using software rendering), so I try to load it using kldload amdgpu. When I do that however, my monitor goes black and tells me there's no signal, so there's not much I can do other than reboot. Did I just load the driver incorrectly and if so, what would be the correct way to load the driver and how would I load it at start up. Also something I noticed is that the /etc/X11 directory seems to be empty
#2
What os? TrueOS of pc-BSD?

If you are using TrueOS, please head over to https://discourse.trueos.org/ and ask there. Thats where the TrueOS devs are hanging out.

Also read the TrueOS Handbook --> https://www.trueos.org/handbook/preinsta...l#graphics
#3
(01-04-2017, 11:45 AM)RodMyers Wrote: What os? TrueOS of pc-BSD?

If you are using TrueOS, please head over to https://discourse.trueos.org/  and ask there. Thats where the TrueOS devs are hanging out.

Also read the TrueOS Handbook  --> https://www.trueos.org/handbook/preinsta...l#graphics

Oh I didn't even know there was a seperate TrueOS forum. Thank you
#4
have you tried the scfb driver yet?


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