Created attachment 202928 [details]
my partition after complete the freebsd installation
When OS is successfully installed, it would have the relavant directory such Ubuntu and Microsoft in the EFI System Partition. The freebsd cann't normal generate the analogous directory while I configure all space in /, but when I use create item, it will generate the second EFI System Partition and the allocate space to /, in such situation, the freebsd can generate in the second EFI System Partition.
Ubuntu : /efi/ubuntu/bootx64.efi
Gentoo : /efi/Gentoo/bootx64.efi
For FreeBSD: /efi/boot/bootx64.efi
But what is "boot"? I think it's should be "FreeBSD".
(In reply to ykla from comment #1)
What version did you install? On a fresh installation of a -CURRENT snapshot my created ESP contains exactly one file:
(In reply to Ed Maste from comment #2)
I assume 12-STABLE. Same here for 12.
We should install /efi/freebsd/loader.efi always. And if there's no /efi/boot/bootXXX.efi, we should install loader.efi as that as a fallback for systems that don't grok efibootmgr configuration.