[Bug 209540] Partitioning and USB Sticks

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Mon May 16 14:46:29 UTC 2016


--- Comment #2 from Chris Hutchinson <portmaster at bsdforge.com> ---
(In reply to axel.kloth at ssrlabs.com from comment #0)
> I need to configure an OS such that all OS-related files are on a set of
> (and I just shut down a server from that time that had never failed).

I can speak with first hand experience, that I have have successfully
managed a near exact install/build to what you describe. Worse, it was
on a *single* core 1.2Ghz processor, on the i386. Agreed; it was dead
slow. *But* it was on low resource, legacy hardware. Worse; the USB
sticks were on USB v.2. I was able to accomplish a  "desktop"
setup, with X, and friends, in about 3 days -- from inserting the
install DVD, to a finished desktop, and all built from *source*.

I can't speak to the documentation issues you describe, except to the
extent, that when I was in doubt, the documentation was correct.

I think that more detailed information from you is required, in order
to help you in any meaningful way.


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