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Chris Whitehouse cwhiteh at onetel.com
Mon Mar 8 20:17:02 UTC 2010

doug schmidt wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 7:42 AM, Lars Hartmann <lars at chaotika.org> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>>      i have a acer aspire one with no oprating system it has
>>> no cd drive would i  be possible to download a redy top use
>>> version of software so i could boot form  a memory stick?
>>>  (i have no other computer to unlock to iso file)
>> Google is your friend:
>> http://miwi.bsdcrew.de/2009/06/freebsd-80-install-with-a-usb-stick/
>> next time, do that yourself.
> http://lmgtfy.com/?q=freebsd+8.0+install+with+usb+stick
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If you mean a bootable usb image that you can use to install FreeBSD to 
your machine here are some things that might interest you:

You can get a usb stick installation image from
but you'll probably need to do some reading in the handbook

PCBSD is a ready to go desktop configuration of FreeBSD, you can 
download a USB complete install from

There are also some threads about running FreeBSD on the aspire one, eg



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