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For my backups, I copy the most import data -
/home, … - first locally to a ZFS dataset. This data gets synced to a backup server.
This local ZFS dataset was compressed with gzip, after upgrading the zroot pool and setting zstd as the compress method. FreeBSD failed
to boot with the error message:
ZFS: unsupported feature: org.freebsd:zstd ZFS: pool zroot is not supported gptzfsboot: failed to mount default pool zroot
As this might help people with the same issue, I decided to create a blog post about it.Read more...
How to run a FreeBSD Virtual Machine on the RPI4 with QEMU. Part 2: Network, Install from cdrom, startup
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In my last blog post, we set up a FreeBSD virtual machine with QEMU. I switched from the EDK2 (UEFI) firmware to U-boot, the EDK2 firmware had issues with multiple CPU’s in the virtual machines.
In this blog post, we’ll continue with the Network setup, install the virtual machine from a CDROM image and how to start the virtual machine during the PI start-up.Read more...
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This works great for GNU/Linux distributions but FreeBSD as a virtual machine didn’t work for me. When I tried to install FreeBSD or import a virtual machine image, FreeBSD wasn’t able to mount the root filesystem and ended with an “error 19”.
You find my journey of getting a FreeBSD Virtual Machine below.
I use Manjaro on my Raspberry PI, but the same setup will work with other GNU/Linux distributions.Read more...
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Logon to the Greenbone Manager assistend at https://127.0.0.1:9392.Read more...