Stick installs now possible


Michael Neumann came up with an interesting script that creates a bootable DragonFly USB drive.  This makes it possible to boot up and install on a netbook that lacks a normal CDROM, for instance.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Heh. Stick installs have BEEN possible. Had trouble with sysinstall on FreeBSD (yes, sysinstall is really wearing out its welcome after all these years) trying to set up a FBSD partition next to scaled down VISTA partition. Couldn’t get nanoBSD/picoBSD/mumbleBSD to work, so I finally just manually created a 4 GB usb drive with a minimal FreeBSD plus a dump of my old /usr partition. Tedious, but worked great.

  2. Justin says:

    “Had trouble with sysinstall on FreeBSD” … but who hasn’t?

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