Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2021 21:13:47 UTC
you are using a very old version of bhyve. U are losing a lot of new features. Update it to 13R. Il giorno mar 30 nov 2021 alle ore 22:01 Sysadmin Lists < firstname.lastname@example.org> ha scritto: > That's a mighty-tempting looking rabbit hole you've got there .... > > > ---------------------------------------- > > From: Miroslav Lachman <email@example.com> > > Sent: Tue Nov 30 13:27:32 CET 2021 > > To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Mario Marietto <email@example.com > > > > Cc: Corvin Köhne <C.Koehne@beckhoff.com> > > Subject: Re: Bhyve CD-ROM > > > > > > On 29/11/2021 22:46, Mario Marietto wrote: > > > So,the time to try my ideas has come. You can try to remove the first > > > sector of the iso image,so that it won't boot or you can pass through a > > > virtual or a physical disk or you can create a new iso file from > scratch, > > > with your files inside...there are a lot of possibilities... > > > > If memory serves me right shorting the ISO (any disk device) by some > > sectors can be done "on the fly" with gnop utility. > > Something like gnop create -o <offset> ... > > > > Miroslav Lachman > > -- > Sent with https://mailfence.com > Secure and private email > -- Mario.