I am trying to install FreeBSD in legacy mode (BIOS) on a UEFI system, since I have an Intel Iris Graphics 6100, which is from Broadwell series and is not supported yet by the
intel driver, so I want to be able to use the
vesa driver - which is not supported by UEFI.
I already have 2 Linux systems installed, on a GPT disk, and I started the FreeBSD live CD in legacy mode, believing (stupidly, I must say), that it would install in legacy mode, and that I would be able to boot from it in legacy mode.
So, is there a way to boot from FreeBSD in legacy mode, on a GPT disk, or to have support for Broadwell graphics card in FreeBSD while using UEFI?