I am attempting to boot FreeBSD (base.txz and kernel.txz of 14-CURRENT snapshot) over the network with nfsroot.
My DHCP/NFS server is Ubuntu 20.04 and running dnsmasq for DHCP.
It boots a legacy BIOS mode client machine with pxeboot and nfsroot without problem.
My loader.conf is...
I use a laptop that has an external display connected to it, my current setup is that for the vt console driver, the default mode is 1920x1080 so the console has a clearer resolution for the external display:
I want to be...
I would like to let user besides root to mount a SMB share. It requires filename conversion with UTF-8 encoding.
In /boot/loader.conf file, I have added:
And /etc/nsmb.conf file
I messed up my /boot/loader.conf by adding 'vesa_load="YES"' without installing the VESA files first -- n00b mistake...
The FreeBSD boot menu has an option to choose
6. Configure Boot Options...
2. Load System Defaults
I presume this option boots only with /boot/defaults/loader.conf...