I've had some previous experience with Linux in the past and have recently tried to install FreeBSD 11 on my Dell laptop. The installation process was successful and I have done a full installation.
The problem occurs when I try to logon to the system after the installation. The boot menu is shown in a worst resolution than the one during the installation and if I proceed to a normal boot the screen became scrambled, like a white noise in a TV. The only way to boot is escaping to loader prompt and issue the commands:
disable-module vesa set kern.vty=vt boot
However the vesa is already disabled in
vesa_load="NO") and there is no overriding in
/boot/loader.conf and the vt is set in
My computer is a Dell Inspiron 15R 5537