> [..]
> 
> You just need the vm name (win) on the end:
> 
> # bhyve [options] vm-name
> 

>Sorry, I was being stupid. With the vm name on the end, it just exits with 
>error code 1 and without printing anytning.
>I have recompiled bhyve itself and the libvmmapi, maybe it's not enough? The 
>kernel module? It still remains that from 10.3

Definitely sounds like something not right with bhyve; It shouldn't exit like 
that.
You can try building vmm from 11, although I'm not really a kernel dev and 
can't help much with trying to merge 11 code into 10.

Matt

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