# The thread was opened with the idea of installing Bhyve-server in an old amd server with 13.1 command line, the first few posts relate to the errors / limitations during install in that server. After that I moved on to install in in a desktop with kde5. The errors mentioned in the first few...
Error seen in 13.0 and 13.1:
root@share-bare13:~ # ifconfig hn0 media autoselect
ifconfig: SIOCSIFMEDIA (media): Operation not supported
This issue was not seen in BSD 10.4:
bsd-10.4# ifconfig hn0 media autoselect
I have raised a bug for this issue: 264253
Hello. I'm using bhyve on FreeBSD 12.1. but if i start Windows Server 2012 R2 or other vms, It works but it crashes after 1~2 hours automatically. I'm using ZFS. my hdd images are at /root/vms and I made it with truncate -S 32G vm_01.img.
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I'm using bhyve on 12.1-RELEASE-p6, with failover mode between ethernet and wireless interfaces enabled and configured as following:
ifconfig_lagg0="up laggproto failover laggport em0...
I've been doing some testing of my companies real-time kernel modules inside Bhyve, and I noticed that the system complains that it has nested virtualization enabled. This is common of my companies modules; if running on a guest inside Virtualbox, or VMWare workstation, it's as simple...
For those of you using KVM as a hypervisor for FreeBSD guest machines, if a freshly installed FreeBSD 10.4-release guest hangs during boot, it might be 213155. See screenshot
This also happens if you upgrade a guest machine from FreeBSD 10.3 to FreeBSD 10.4.
My host machine has an AMD...