Date: Thu, 07 Apr 2022 14:56:09 UTC
On Thu, Apr 7, 2022 at 8:07 AM Benoit Chesneau <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > I am trying to install a firewall appliance from stormshield  using bhyve and vm-bhyve. They only support KVM so I had to first convert their qcow2 image to a raw image (vm-bhyve take care of it). They don't have n UEFI boot so I'm using the default bhyve loader. But After the boot (started manually I get stuck to the message "can't find '/boot/entropy'". > > > ``` > Loading kernel... > /boot/kernel/kernel text=0x6de318 data=0x95f20+0x95a430 syms=[0x8+0xbdc18+0x8+0xbbc32] > Loading configured modules... > can't find '/boot/entropy' > Consoles: userboot > > FreeBSD/amd64 User boot lua, Revision 1.2 > Loading /boot/defaults/loader.conf > Loading /boot/loader.whitelist > Loading /boot/device.hints > Loading /boot/device.hints.sns > Loading /boot/loader.conf > Loading /boot/loader.conf.local > ERROR: /boot/lua/password.lua:127: attempt to call a nil value (field 'restrictInteractive'). > Noted in the PR, but you are overlooking the real error, here ^. > > Type '?' for a list of commands, 'help' for more detailed help. > OK ls > / > d .snap > d data > d boot > d libexec > COPYRIGHT > d bin > d dev > d etc > d lib > d sbin > d tmp > d usr > d var > OK ls boot > boot > d kernel > boot1.efi > gptboot > mbr > loader.efi > pmbr > userboot.so > loader > boot > d lua > d defaults > loader.whitelist > device.hints > manifest > manifest.rcerts > manifest.rsig > pass_manifest > pass_manifest.rcerts > pass_manifest.rsig > OK boot > unknown command > OK boot > Loading kernel... > /boot/kernel/kernel text=0x6de318 data=0x95f20+0x95a430 syms=[0x8+0xbdc18+0x8+0xbbc32] > Loading configured modules... > can't find '/boot/entropy' > ``` > > > The vm-bhyve configuration is the following: > > ``` > loader="bhyveload" > cpu=1 > memory=2G > network0_type="virtio-net" > network0_switch="public" > disk0_type="virtio-blk" > disk0_name="disk0" > disk0_dev="sparse-zvol" > uuid="7aa0cad4-b4fc-11ec-898b-1402ec690a80" > network0_mac="58:9c:fc:04:33:de" > ``` > > They are using a custom version of hardened bsd (freebsd 12.3 I think). Any ide how this can be fixed? Using proxmox and latest KVM + seabios, the image boot with succcess. Any hint is welcome :) > Ah, that explains it. We can't really debug custom loader scripts, you'll need to find someone closer to the downstream you're working with to help out with this one.