Hi Pete,

  What you have to do today is to convert the VMDK to a flat file, e.g.
using qemu-img.


ok great - installing qemu-devel on my system and running the following
command worked great:

qemu-img convert -f vmdk -O raw foo.vmdk foo.img

i tested this by taking a current .vmdk file from my workstation i do
development and copied it over to my new bhyve hypervisor.

 Good to hear.

this may be a good candidate for addition to wiki.freebsd.org/bhyve -
i'll go ahead and add this if no one objects.

 Please do :)

later,

Peter.
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