emulators/hyperv-is: Use kmod, support non-default prefix
USES= kmod correctly installs the kernel modules at /boot/modules
instead of /boot/kernel. Also use the post-install target to support
prefixes other than /usr/local.
Suggested by: bapt and bdrewery
Add new port emulators/hyperv-is (FreeBSD 8.4, 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 10.0)
Submitted by: kylie (bsdic @ microsoft)
The hyperv-is provision a collection of kernel mode drivers as well as
user-space daemons to facilitate integration with Hyper-v to provide a
feature rich and high performance FreeBSD guest experience.
The FreeBSD Integration Service on Hyper-v includes a collection of kernel
mode drivers as well as user-space daemons to interact with the drivers
that are required to run Hyper-V-specific devices known as FreeBSD
Integration Services (BIS). It is to facilitate integration with Hyper-v
to provide a feature rich and high performance FreeBSD guest experience.
See the man page for a list of binaries and their functions.
FreeBSD support for hyperv-is was first added by Microsoft BSD Integration
Services Team <email@example.com>.