Den 2017-08-14 kl. 18:49, skrev Matt Joras:
On 08/14/2017 11:42, Panagiotes Mousikides wrote:
I am working on the FreeBSD test suite, and need to create an image
file from source. How can I do that?
I need to run something similar to make installkernel && make
installworld with an image file as the target, such that the end
result is a ready-made FreeBSD system that can be started up with
bhyve. How can I do that, including creating the correct /etc files,
and the correct boot code and partitioning?
See release(7), https://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?release(7). The
relevant section is under virtual machine disk images and the vm-image
target. The VMFORMATS for bhyve is "raw". That will generate an image
that "just works" with vmrun.sh
Thank you so much for the tip! I tried what you recommended, the
command I ran specifically was (inside release/)
sudo make vm-image WITH_VMIMAGES=1 VMBASE=aaaa VMSIZE=2G
VMFORMATS=raw VMSIZE=2G vm-image
sudo sh /usr/share/examples/bhyve/vmrun.sh -d aaaa.raw vm-aaaa
but apparently the image generated doesn't work. The error I'm getting
after hitting "1" at the boot screen is
Error return from kevent monitor: Not permitted in capability mode
repeatedly cascading through the screen. Any ideas? I would greatly
appreciate your help!
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