Rodney W. Grimes wrote: > > > > > > > > > > > Second, unless I select ZFS, there is no option to install on GPT+UEFI. > > > > Fine, let's install on ZFS. > > > > > > Do you mean GPT+UFS? > > > > I mean UFS+GPT+UEFI. That means, a EFI partition should be created and > > populated by the installer, alongside with the UFS and swap partitions. > > > > bsdinstall can create and populate the EFI partition when > > installing on ZFS, but not when installing on UFS. > > > > > Not sure what the failure is here. I usually > > > install MBR/(UFS or ZFS) so this is not a use case for me. > > > > How do you create the EFI partition, manually? > > I don't use bsdinstall at all, I install using make and a Makefile, > so, kinda yes, kinda no, not manual, but not bsdinstall either.
I see. Well, I personally like bsdinstall for simple cases. It's a pity it cannot automagically create a EFI partition when installing on UFS. But its ZFS installation routine is neat, and "bsdinstall jail" too. -- Victor Sudakov, VAS4-RIPE, VAS47-RIPN 2:5005/49@fidonet http://vas.tomsk.ru/
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