Oh yes, so then on 8,2 still you can boot legacy, on 12,1 you don't :(
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> El 19 nov 2015, a las 15:53, Marc escribió:
> Thank you Gonzalo.
> Just to make sure we are talking about the same thing:
> I was already able to boot OpenBSD in
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
Are you sure that following the tutorial you mentioned can be of any help
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:
Now, "El Capitan" have like a
one thing I would like to try is to boot from created OpenBSD EFI USB
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
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
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