Oh yes, so then on 8,2 still you can boot legacy, on 12,1 you don't :( Enviado desde mi tostadora de mano
> El 19 nov 2015, a las 15:53, Marc <rhinode...@gmx.net> escribió: > > Thank you Gonzalo. > > Just to make sure we are talking about the same thing: > > I was already able to boot OpenBSD in BIOS legacy mode. > > What I want to achieve is booting OpenBSD current with the new EFI OpenBSD boot loader. > > Are you sure that following the tutorial you mentioned can be of any help to do this? > > I will be happy to get enlightened if I am just missing the point. :) > > Regards > Marcel > >> Hello, >> >> I'm kinda at the same step, but in a macbookpro12,1 >> >> I resize my OSX partition, burn a install58.fs on a usb stick, boot >> holding ALT, install OpenBSD on the part of resize partition, and then >> follow jcs@ tutorial: >> >> https://gist.github.com/jcs/5573685 >> >> Now, "El Capitan" have like a 'Secure Level' thing that you can do the >> step Mac OS X Encryption -> 3-6. So, you need to boot on Rescue Mode and >> disable this new protection from the console on rescue mode: >> >> # csrutil disable >> >> Then reboot, and try the "Mac OS X Encryption" step. Install refind and >> cross your fingers :) >> >> >> On 16/11, Marcel Timm wrote: >> ; Hi there, >> ; >> ; one thing I would like to try is to boot from created OpenBSD EFI USB stick >> ; with >> ; >> ; boot -a >> ; >> ; and enter the OpenBSD's root partition on the HD. >> ; >> ; Unfortunately neither the MacBook Pro 8,2 's integrated >> ; nor an external USB keyboard work at the prompt where to enter the >> ; root device's location. :( >> ; >> ; Is there another way of telling the kernel which root device to use >> ; (maybe at boot's prompt - although I haven't found anything in man page..)? >> ; >> ; If this seems to be a XY question to you, I am happy about other proposals. >> ; >> ; Greetings >> ; Marcel >> ; >> ; On 11.11.2015 16:01, Marcel Timm wrote: >> ; >Hello! >> ; > >> ; >My computer is a MacBook Pro 8,2. >> ; > >> ; >There is a GPT on the HD (big surprise!) with four partitions, >> ; >the last one being of type OpenBSD. >> ; > >> ; >I managed to put a recent OpenBSD 5.8 snapshot there >> ; >by booting and installing from an USB stick via EFI created like that (in >> ; >OSX): >> ; > >> ; >dd if=~/install58.fs of=/dev/rdisk2 bs=1m >> ; > >> ; >After installing rEFInd 0.9.2 and putting OpenBSD 5.8 snapshot's >> ; >BOOTX64.EFI file >> ; >to the MacBook's EFI partition the rEFInd boot manager shows the OpenBSD >> ; >EFI option. >> ; > >> ; >Selecting that OpenBSD entry starts the boot programm showing hd0 hd1 hd2 >> ; >and hd3. >> ; > >> ; >Is it possible to boot my "EFI OpenBSD installation" from here? >> ; >If so, how to proceed? >> ; > >> ; >I already played with >> ; > >> ; >set device hd0d >> ; > >> ; >etc. - but it did not work. >> ; > >> ; >I will gladly share more details, if of any help. >> ; > >> ; >Thanks in advance! >> ; > >> ; >Marcel >> ; >> >> -- >> Sending from my toaster.