The Problem I’m stuck with:
FreeBSD EFI boot block
Loader path: /bootloader.efi
Initializing modules: ZFS UFS
Probing 17 block devices . . . . . . . . . . . * . . . . . . . . done
ZFS found the following pools: tank1
UFS found no partitions
Consoles: EFI console
The last line’s ‘-’ is underlined (text cursor, presumably)
I think if all had gone well, this would be a
"nice rotating dash" or “twiddle”.
But nothing moves nothing rotates, and the only input
possible is the poweroff button of the computer’s chassis.
EFI-Installation from USB-image went through flawlessly.
Rescue shell of Install USB stick can mount the installed FreeBSD-ZFS partition under /mnt.
Refit and Grub can both start the trueos *.efi-file from the ESP-partition.
TrueOS was installed on an entirely empty, newly bought, external 4TB USB-HDD.
I repeated the installation to be sure wether I made any mistakes. Don’t know of any.
In VirtualBox, TrueOS works flawlessly.
OpenBSD can be EFI-booted from an external
USB-HDD without problems
Because Re-Installation gives me no possibility for
any input at boot time:
How can I repair this with the installed TrueOS mounted within the rescue shell?
Another related effect bothering me is this:
If I boot from the installer flash drive and have the
already installed TrueOS-USB-HDD connected to the
computer at the same time, then the installer-USB-drive shows exactly the same behaviour as shown at the top of this post: The only possible action for me is
Is there any possibility to get more output from the bootloader? Is there a downloadable debug version?