FreeBSD on kvm

Alessandro Baggi alessandro.baggi at
Fri Jan 6 17:54:01 UTC 2012

On 01/06/2012 06:24 PM, Polytropon wrote:
> On Fri, 06 Jan 2012 17:50:41 +0100, Alessandro Baggi wrote:
>> Leaving delay boot to 10 sec, always block. Set delay boot to 1, it give
>> me some "crash".
>> There is a possibility to run directly the system instead print the
>> menu? I must install lilo/grub?
> Let's first assume that you did not install the boot
> manager (which would be useless in your particular
> application case); instead, you have installed the
> standard MBR.
> Modify /boot/loader.conf to something like this:
> 	autoboot_delay="0"
> 	beastie_disable="YES"
> 	userconfig_script_load="NO"
> 	verbose_loading="YES"
> Refer to /boot/defaults/loader.conf for the meaning
> of the options if they're not obvious. :-)
> Regarding the autoboot delay, let me quote from that
> file:
> 	Delay in seconds before autobooting,
> 	set to -1 if you don't want user to be
> 	allowed to interrupt autoboot process and
> 	escape to the loader prompt, set to
> 	"NO" to disable autobooting
> That means ="0" would mean to boot immediately _with_
> the option to get to the boot prompt - you just need
> to be fast at the keyboard. :-)
> Oh, and see "man loader.conf" for details.
Hi Polytropon,
yes, I've installed the standard mbr :/.
After this, I've make the setting, but reading on 
/boot/defaults/loader.conf for meaning of userconfig_script_load, I 
can't find nothing about it, and I suppose that it is an invalid option.

Now it seems to work.
Thanks for the reply. Sometimes I don't remember to see manual 
big bug...

Polytropon +1 , Me -1 :D

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