amd64/163442: boot/loader.conf not processed at boot time
Thomas D. Dean
tomdean at speakeasy.org
Tue Dec 20 18:00:58 UTC 2011
On Tue, 2011-12-20 at 08:01 -0500, John Baldwin wrote:
> You need to try to capture a verbose dmesg. Also, try booting with
> the beastie menu disabled so you can see any errors from the loader when it
> tries to load the modules.
in /boot/loader.conf, as the first two lines.
No change in the boot process.
I have an idea.
I use grub to control a triple boot, Windows 7 (warranty) Linux, and
The grub menu for FreeBSD is
This bypasses the loader! I need to do some research. Is it possible
to load the loader rather than the kernel?
So, I guess I have to do a work around.
I have rebooted this machine too many times, so I guess I got used to
not seeing the beastie.
Sorry for missing this.
When I figure it out, I will post again.
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