Bhyve on freebsd11
laoluomoks at gmail.com
Fri Oct 28 12:31:55 UTC 2016
Thank you, my system is an i386 HP pavilion laptop.
I already did all these yesterday and even enabled virtualization in bios
as well. And also did this below
dmesg | grep POPCNT
And the system shows that it supports SVM and vmm.
If your board has VM feature (named something like SVM)...
How do I enable these?
What else could you think is the problem.
Sent from my MotoE2(4G-LTE)
On 28 Oct 2016 1:22 p.m., "Manish Jain" <bourne.identity at hotmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/28/16 17:30, freebsd-questions-request at freebsd.org wrote:
> > Message: 4
> > While trying to load vmm on FreeBSD 11, I am getting the error -
> kldload:can't load vmm: no such file or directory
> Probably your VM feature in BIOS is disabled. If your processor is AMD,
> you can check whether your motherboard has VM hardware with :
> dmesg | grep POPCNT
> If your board has VM feature (named something like SVM) and it is
> disabled, enable it and try again.
> Manish Jain
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