Yes, you need bhyveload to load guest OS, setup hypervisor nested{EPT/NPT] page table etc, see vmrun.sh

 ${LOADER} -c ${console} -m ${memsize} -d ${BOOTDISK} ${loader_opt} \
        ${vmname}

 LOADER=bhyveload

and then use 'bhyve' to start  and run guest/VM.

    ${FBSDRUN} -c ${cpus} -m ${memsize} ${apic_opt} -A -H -P    \
        -g ${gdbport}                        \
        -s 0:0,hostbridge                    \
        -s 1:0,lpc                        \
        ${devargs}                        \
        -l com1,${console}                    \
        ${installer_opt}                    \
        ${vmname}

FBSDRUN=bhyve

Of course ${memsize}, ${vmname} etc must match between bhyveload and bhyve.

-Anish

On 2/13/17 1:29 PM, C. L. Martinez wrote:
Hi all,

What are the steps to install freebsd guests under bhyve without using
iocage, vm-bhyve or vmrun.sh??

  Do I need to use first bhyveload and after bhyve -A -c 1 -u, etc??

Thanks.
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