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Date:      Fri, 11 Dec 2015 18:40:47 -0500
From:      Jason Van Patten <jvp@lateapex.net>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: New UEFI MoBo, Slow Boots in "Legacy"
Message-ID:  <566B5EFF.8030407@lateapex.net>
In-Reply-To: <566B175E.5070406@lateapex.net>
References:  <566B175E.5070406@lateapex.net>

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On 12/11/15 1:35 PM, Jason Van Patten wrote:
> So I'm a bit stumped.  Is there A)any way I can *significantly* speed up
> the legacy booting, or B)any fix for the EFI boot crashing w/10.2?

I snagged the 11/30/2015 snapshot of 10.2-STABLE.  That installer booted 
fine in UEFI mode, installed fine, and has rebooted (via disk) fine. 
And since I can snag packages (pkg) for 10.2 with this version, all good.

Now, does this 10.2-STABLE eventually become 10.3?  Is that how that works?
-- 
Jason Van Patten



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