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...
Just recently I updated desktop machine from 12.1 to 12.2. Compiled wold and custom kernel, installed and everything looked good. Then updated the zpool version, which then advised me to update the boot partition. Agree, that updating the boot loader with command gpart bootcode -p...
Nowadays, UEFI boot and multiboot is a matter for all of us. We have more storage, GPT let us have many primary partitions and after all, with a boot loader like GRUB you will do it, Have a system with a few OS for Gaming, Developing, Testing, Work, etc.
Most setups end like this:
I have a multiboot configuration. I can boot anything without Grub2. But Grub only works with Windows(Veracrypt) and Ubuntu. Initially the current branch was installed, but now I am using the 12.0 RELEASE.
When I try to start FreeBSD with Grub, this happens:
Booting a command list
The Freebsd Handbook, section 12.2 on the boot process, contains a note that seems to state that Freebsd does not support direct UEFI booting.
The concern is that on our two Freebsd machines, the BIOS are set for UEFI.
The note reads:
Can anyone shed some light on this? Thanks in advance.
Good day everyone!
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