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UEFI dual-boot with Windows
I re-installed Windows 10 on my machine, and it insisted on UEFI boot,
which killed my previous dual-booting setup with GRUB and legacy boot.
NetBSD is on the second NVMe drive, while the first one is all Windows.
After installing Windows, I manually installed rEFInd into the EFI
partition. For NetBSD, I copied bootx64.efi to /EFI/NetBSD (so as not to
overwrite the existing /EFI/Boot/bootx64.efi, which I assume is from
Windows). I also copied a GENERIC NetBSD-9.2 kernel to /netbsd.gz on the
After selecting NetBSD in rEFInd (which it auto-detects), I see the
NetBSD/x86 EFI boot (x64) banner. It proceeds to load a kernel from
"NAME=EFI system partition:netbsd.gz (howto 0x20000)".
Unfortunately, after the initial loader line with the sizes, the boot
seems to hang with no further output.
Any ideas, hints or tips?
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