Re: UEFI firmware and getting FreeBSD recognized by default: who to talk to?

From: Thomas Mueller <>
Date: Sun, 23 Jun 2019 20:54:48 +0000
from Niclas Zeising and my previous post:

> > On 6/22/2019 20:16, Thomas Mueller wrote:
> > > I am trying to set up UEFI to boot my FreeBSD and NetBSD installations, and later, Linux.

> > Easy.  Refind should do that and allow selection from a menu.

> I wrote this as an instruction on how to get FreeBSD and Windows dual-booting
> using rEFInd.  You can probably adapt that to get going with other OSes as

> I hope it is of some value.

I can use efibootmgr from FreeBSD 12-STABLE or HEAD, or possibly bcfg in the built-in UEFI shell.

I notice the close relation between what efibootmgr shows and what I see on the boot menu.

UEFI shell is not user-friendly, but I am slowly learning new things.

Severe thunderstorm is now threatening this area, I hear the winds increasing.

Received on Sun Jun 23 2019 - 18:55:16 UTC

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