On 02/03/2016 01:45, Lundberg, Johannes wrote:
I'm thinking of the sticks etc, they all have 32bit UEFI and no
CSM/legacy boot, but have 64bit cpus
CherryTrail devices/boards with 64bit UEFI are already out. Upgrading
the hardware is one solution (I did).
I looked at this but honestly it looked like a giant nightmare - I did
get grub loading on a test platform (tablet, for display etc) but didn't
manage to make it boot anything
I never did try FreeBSD on BayTrail but for running Linux on BayTrail I
used special built Grub that was 32bit but could load 64bit OS. Could
this kind of Grub boot a 64bit FreeBSD, I wonder?
On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 5:20 PM, John Baldwin <j...@freebsd.org
On Sunday, February 28, 2016 07:00:06 AM Joe Holden wrote:
> Hi all,
> Apologies if this is the wrong list...
> Is there any plan to support booting FreeBSD on 32bit UEFI systems (with
> or without 64bit kernel/userland)? Obviously there is no i386 efi loader
> currently so neither is possible...
I don't think anyone is actively working on it. I think it shouldn't be
that much work once the i386 loader is resurrected. The i386 kernel
needs to use the EFI memory map and I think the rest of it should
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