I'm trying to get my Raspberry Pi 2 B to boot using RaspBSD. I had previously, and still can, boot into the latest Raspbian image.
After downloading and decompressing the RPi2 image from the RaspBSD site, I used
sudo dd if=FreeBSD-armv6-11.0-RPI2-291824.img of=/dev/rdisk3 bs=1m
To write it to a FAT32-formatted, 64GB MicroSD card.
After putting it into the MicroSD slot on the RPi, the board just lights up a solid red light for about a minute, before having that shut off too.
I've tried with another MicroSD card from a different brand, and the issue is persistent - but both cards work when trying to use Raspbian.
I've also noticed that the both lights on the ethernet socket do light up even after the red light shuts off, and the board shows up on my local network when running an
arp-scan. SSHing does prompt for a password, but logging in with the default RaspBSD credentials always fails.
Am I missing any steps in getting RaspBSD to work on my Pi? If not, what should I do to get it up and running with BSD?