Switch from legacy to UEFI boot??
Brandon J. Wandersee
brandon.wandersee at gmail.com
Thu Feb 11 22:06:26 UTC 2016
Trond Endrestøl writes:
> On Wed, 10 Feb 2016 21:21+0100, Matthias Fechner wrote:
>> i just tested the loader.efi from base.txz from:
>> it does not boot. It seems that the new version is there not
> Try the latest 10.3-BETA1 image. That one should be recent enough.
>> If I use beadm for my ZFS I expect that I have to manually edit the
>> loader.rc from the efi partition to load the correct environment or?
> I don't use any loader.rc on the ESP. Just boot1.efi renamed to
> /EFI/BOOT/BOOTX64.EFI. boot1.efi reads the bootfs property from the
> bootpool/rootpool, and navigates to the correct /boot directory to
> find everything else.
Assuming your install is on disk ada0, and your ESP is the first
parition, you can just run:
$ dd if=/path/to/boot1.efifat of=/dev/ada0p1
You'll find boot1.efifat in /boot, relative to wherever you extracted
base.txz. As always, make sure your `dd` target is actually the one you
want before running.
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