My mistake: 9-STABLE which is 9* (incl. 9.1) with VirtIO drivers.
You can relatively easily backport VirtIO drivers to 9.1 if you really
Yep. Linux and Windows support will be great and at least one is has
On 6/23/13 5:34 PM, Aryeh Friedman wrote:
This is a critical deficiency I need to be able to install *ANY* OS
for what I have in mind. Note I do have 10-CURRENT up as a guest.
I am attempting to use bhyve as the foundation of a cross platform
testing lab and thus needs to support FB (8,9 and 10), Linux (Ubuntu
12.04 LTS at a min) and Windows. Also it is 9.1 not 9-RELEASE (I
thought 9.1 was 9-RELEASE)
On Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 8:22 PM, Michael Dexter
On 6/23/13 4:52 PM, Aryeh Friedman wrote:
I have byhve up and running on a 10-CURRENT machine and want to know
the best way to install from CD 9.1 on it. Any references I should
You will need to install 9-CURRENT as 9.1 did not ship with VirtIO drivers.
May I suggest: http://bhyve.org for information and installation scripts.
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