Corvin Köhne <c.koehne@...>
But I think I'd tend to keep the bhyve-specific behavior nevertheless,Ok. I will leave it as is.
Or go the qemu route and generate the acpi tables on the host instead.Personally, I would like to use plain OVMF without any bhyve specific patches
as firmware for bhyve. So, I want to go the qemu route but there's some more
work to do. I already took a look at how qemu creates ACPI tables but don't
understand it yet. Would be very grateful if you or someone else could help
me with that. If someone knows where to find more information about it,
it would also be helpful.
As first step, I'm going to implement FwCfg support without changing any
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