Solved. Re: Dualboot and ZFS

Victor Sudakov vas at
Mon Mar 26 09:47:13 UTC 2018

krad wrote:
> On 21 March 2018 at 02:21, Victor Sudakov <vas at> wrote:

> > > Dual booting makes me shudder these days, I would need really
> > > solid reasons for having to do it, but everyone is different..

> > Dualboot is very convenient to have on an engineer's notebook because
> > some tasks are better done in Unix while others in Windows. I can
> > elaborate on that if you are interested.

> I agree, but i virtualize as much as possible. Some things wont do for that
> though, which is why i have an external drive to boot off if needed.
> Slightly more physically cumbersome, but a lot less pain in general.

I also keep a couple of bootable USB sticks (with a regular FreeBSD
and with mfsBSD) but having a system installed on a HDD is less
cumbersome, especially if it's a graphical environment like mate.

Victor Sudakov,  VAS4-RIPE, VAS47-RIPN

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