> > > > > >
> > > > > > uefi="yes"
> > > > > > graphics="yes"
> > > > >
> > > > > Dear Colleagues,
> > > > >
> > > > > Can I enjoy and test all those nice "UEFI-GOP" features on a
> > > > > 10.3-RELEASE system, or do I have to install CURRENT for that?
> > > >
> > > > AFAIK you can checkout usr.sbin/bhyve from the 11 branch and compile it
> > > > on 10.3.
> > >
> > > I'm not sure how to compile something from a different branch without
> > > compiling the whole world. make what?
> > For bhyve it's easy. Check out the sources, go to usr.sbin/bhyve and run
> > make depend; make obj; make; make install.
> >Unfortunately, after all my efforts, with libvmmapi and bhyve compiled from
> >CURRENT sources:
> >Aug 09 12:46:52: warning; UEFI graphics is only available in FreeBSD 11 and
> >Aug 09 12:46:52: booting
> It's possible that you do have a bhyve system with graphics support.
> Unfortunately vm-bhyve isn't aimed at users who have manually merged changes,
> and will blindly tell anyone that isn't running 11+ that they don't have
> graphics support.
> You have a couple of options -
> 1) Run bhyve manually rather than using vm-bhyve
> 2) Upgrade to the 11 beta
> 3) Modify vm-bhyve to not automatically skip graphics support if the version
> is less than 11
>Aha! I've commented out the version check from vm-run, and now when
>trying to install, I get:
>авг 09 17:01:05: initialising
>авг 09 17:01:05: [loader: none]
>авг 09 17:01:05: [uefi: yes]
>авг 09 17:01:05: [cpu: 1]
>авг 09 17:01:05: [memory: 1G]
>авг 09 17:01:05: [hostbridge: standard]
>авг 09 17:01:05: [com ports: com1]
>авг 09 17:01:05: [uuid: 093f9134-5e18-11e6-9502-5404a6b49a66]
>авг 09 17:01:05: [utctime: no]
>авг 09 17:01:05: [debug mode: no]
>авг 09 17:01:05: [primary disk: disk0.img]
>авг 09 17:01:05: [primary disk dev: file]
>авг 09 17:01:05: generated static mac 58:9c:fc:03:77:3b (based on
>авг 09 17:01:05: initialising network device tap5
>авг 09 17:01:05: adding tap5 -> bridge1 (isolated)
>авг 09 17:01:05: dynamically allocated port 5900 for vnc connections
>авг 09 17:01:05: booting
>авг 09 17:01:05: [bhyve options: -c 1 -m 1G -Hwl
>bootrom,/d02/vm/.config/BHYVE_UEFI.fd -U 093f9134-5e18-11e6-9502-5404a6b49a66]
>авг 09 17:01:05: [bhyve devices: -s 0,hostbridge -s 31,lpc -s
>4:0,ahci-hd,/d02/vm/win/disk0.img -s 5:0,virtio-net,tap5,mac=58:9c:fc:03:77:3b
>авг 09 17:01:05: [bhyve console: -l com1,/dev/nmdm0A]
>авг 09 17:01:05: [bhyve iso device: -s
>авг 09 17:01:05: starting bhyve (run 1)
>авг 09 17:01:05: bhyve exited with status 1
>авг 09 17:01:05: destroying network device tap5
>авг 09 17:01:05: stopped
Looks like bhyve is exiting immediately. Easiest thing is to probably add
debug="yes" to the guest config file then try and run it again. Any output
from the bhyve command will be written to bhyve.log (note that's a different
file to vm-bhyve.log).
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