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    Freebsd 13.1: Wifi oddity: Need to dual boot linux/freebsd to get my wifi working

    Hi everyone, I have got an old laptop (hp pavillon dv7) on which I am dual booting Linux (artix) and Freebsd 13.1. My wireless chipset is a Broadcom 4312. I did some researchs on the forum, found all the required information and did my settings accordingly. The ending result is quite...
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    Clone existing FreeBSD Install onto a disk with Windows 10 already

    I have found out that the little netbook I use for learning about FreeBSD is capable (in theory at least) of running Windows 10. I am going to upgrade the RAM (to 2GB!) and add a larger HDD and give it a go but I am happy with the way I have FreeBSD set up so I would prefer to clone my current...
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    Triple booting as UEFI with FreeBSD, Debian and Windows 10

    How can I do that? Anyone know? I use my disk as GPT. Windows 10, Debian 11 (GRUB) already exists as dual-boot, but I want to install FreeBSD next to it. How will I do? Thanks.
  4. Jaskie

    Solved I lost bootcode in BSD slice, a lot. Help me found out WHY?

    Hi guys. I am a newbie in the BSD world. I've been using Linux for a few year just as desktop stuff, no development-related work. A few days ago I decided to give FreeBSD with ZFS a try. Anyway, I installed FreeBSD dual booting Windows in a disk, the laptop is legacy BIOS boot with MBR partition...
  5. megarubber

    Solved FreeBSD can’t boot

    Hello everyone. I have a computer with Windows, Arch and Lubuntu and all these systems are booting from a Multi-Boot. Recently, I decided to download freebsd for some tests and decided to put the OS in my multi-boot. I allocated 20 GB, installed in UEFI/GPT and made 3 partitions from UFS...
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    Dual boot to Windows10 and FreeBSD in UEFI

    # install and others reference to install freebsd by zfs, and when we create boot that we follow my method as follows. mount -t msdosfs /dev/ada0p1 /media # /dev/ada0p1 Windows10's EFI whose size is better 512M cd /tmp fetch...
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    Issue with GRUB in dual-boot Ubuntu 20.10/FreeBSD 12.2

    Hi dear Daemons I tried to make a dual-boot with Ubuntu 20.10 and FreeBSD 12.2. To help me, I followed this great tuto: https://hauweele.net/~gawen/blog/?p=2252 When I try to boot FreeBSD from my GRUB menu entry, I got the error "Image has invalid negative size". Booting on Ubuntu works...
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    ZFS Dual boot ubuntu with freebsd

    Hi, I recently installed FreeBSD in my computer from the scratch, the whole was formatted from the installer with no stripes and no redundancy. Is there a way to create a partition, lets say 40-50 gigs, and install linux there as well? Thanks in advance!
  9. Abraham79

    Manual partitioning for installing on SSD with pre-existing Linux OS. Is this steps correct?

    Hi, I am planning to do a bare-metal installation of FreeBSD 12.1 on a intel 330 SSD which already contain Devuan 3.0 Linux on UEFI-GPT system. I'm planning to install Gnome 3. I tried running the installer and manual mode in bsdinstall seems to me, confusing. It is asking for entire disk or...
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    [UEFI/GPT] [Dual-Boot] How to install FreeBSD (with ZFS) alongside another OS (sharing the same disk)

    Important notes: 1) This tutorial assumes you have the OS you want to dual-boot with already installed on your drive, and that you already have freed up some disk space. Essentially, you will be installing FreeBSD with root-on-ZFS on the remaining free space of the disk, instead of using the...
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    Booting Windows 7 and FreeBSD from 2 separate disks

    Tell me who knows!! How to double-boot Windows 7 and FreeBSD from 2 separate disks. Tried to install FreeBSD 12.1 RELEASE amd64. grub2 in packages and ports no! It was in packages a year ago. Installed a year ago c grub2 everything worked, where grub2, skype disappeared... Can who build grub2...
  12. aragats

    Two FreeBSD installations and EFI

    Goofy question: How to add an EFI entry for a second FreeBSD installation? I have two FreeBSD installation on the same disk partitioned this way: 1. EFI 2. FreeBSD 12.1 3. FreeBSD 13.0