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kfreebsd syntax

From: Werner Scheinast
Subject: kfreebsd syntax
Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2012 16:59:57 +0200 (CEST)
User-agent: Alpine 2.00 (BSF 1167 2008-08-23)

Hi, beasties!

Is there any reasonable documentation about the (Free)BSD-specific
commands like kfreebsd, kfreebsd_loadenv etc.?
In various (usually shallow) web pages you only find examples like
        kfreebsd /freebsd@/boot/kernel/kernel -v
without any detailed explanation.

Okay, "/boot/kernel/kernel" ist the path. But what is the part
"/freebsd@"? What is the option -v? Verbose? Which options are available?
How do I specify a partition?
So:     kfreebsd /freebsd@(hd0,2,a)/boot/kernel/kernel -v
Or so:  kfreebsd (hd0,2,a)/freebsd@/boot/kernel/kernel -v
What is the difference between kfreebsd_module and kfreebsd_module_elf?
Are there non-ELF modules?
Do these module commands have options like -v, too?

Many, many questions

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