[Bug 209540] Partitioning and USB Sticks

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Mon May 16 11:53:13 UTC 2016


Palle Girgensohn <girgen at FreeBSD.org> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Palle Girgensohn <girgen at FreeBSD.org> ---
(In reply to axel.kloth at ssrlabs.com from comment #0)


Maybe I misunderstand a bit, but you claim you need OS related files on diskset
A and user data on diskset B.

/home is user dasta

but /usr is IS related, right?

Which file system are you planning to use, ZFS or UFS?

Either way, just install the latest version of FreeBSD, set up the disks the
way you want, setting up partitions on different disks as it pleases you. AFter
that, install from memstick or over the net works just fine.  You don't have to
build everything, the packages on the DVD or on the net should be sufficient?

I disagree that documentation has deteriorated, on the contrary.

But if you really want help, you must gives us more details, like which pages
in the docs are bad (URL:s please). Also, can you describe your install process
a bit more in detail, then maybe we can help you more, and find out where it
goes wrong?

Best regards,
Palle Girgensohn

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