The developers of Project Trident are reporting that, due to some issues with the upstream FreeBSD vesa video driver, Project Trident may not start properly on computers booting in legacy BIOS mode. "FreeBSD has broken their vesa driver which is required for legacy boot systems in the Trident installer. If you have the option, you will need to enable booting via EFI or UEFI in order to go through the graphical installer. If you already have an installed Trident system with legacy boot and which currently uses an NVIDIA or AMD graphics driver, it is still safe to upgrade your system to this release (only the vesa driver is currently broken, which is used for no-GPU and some Intel-GPU systems). You can run about from a terminal to see which GPU driver your system is currently using." Details on the FreeBSD driver issue can be found in this problem report.
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