Jesse

Since bhyve is now part of the -CURRENT,  I suggest you to update your
system ,and use the scripts found at
http://mirrors.nycbug.org/pub/BHyVe/r244024 . They will help you to verify
the steps used to boot a guest machine, as described at
http://www.emulsoft.com/bhyve-ufs.txt whose  setup uses zvols, but you can
make use of memory disks (md), disk images or iSCSI targets.
You can also find us at #bhyve @ irc.freenode.net for some chat =)

Best regards

Marcos Alves



2013/1/21 Jesse <je...@glx.me>

> First, I have to load vmm manually. If I write vmm_load="YES" into
> /boot/loader.conf and restart the computer, then run ./vmrun.sh vm0, the
> whole computer is dead, no keyboard, mouse response. And there is no
> response when I press the power button too. So I have to cut off the
> electronic. But it's OK if I manually load the vmm module.
>
> Second, when I poweroff or shutdown -p now the guest os, the guest os will
> stop at "Press any key to continue". So I kill it.
>
> The host has been built WITHOUT_GCC, but I think this is irrelevant.
>
> I want to help to test bhyve, but I don't know how to do really.
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