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I have installed Dragonfly BSD, and currently I need to press F1 and 1 to get it to boot. It's in a KVM VM so I'd like it to boot automatically when I boot my real machine. I know how to get KVM to start on bootup, but what I need to know is how to make Dragonfly bypass the boot prompts and boot up immediately.

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Edit /boot.config. Try write:

menu=Drop to boot prompt:prompt
default=1
timeout=5 

I could be wrong, but it should be written in man [boot.cfg(5)][1]

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