> I've build a small nanobsd image (for i386 arch) that include this patch:
> You can install it on a small (128MB USB flash) for testing it without
> re-installing your system.
> Installation instruction for copying this image into a USB flash disk
> (/dev/da1 in this example):
> fetch http://dev.bsdrp.net/FreeBSD/GLEBWIFI-0.2-full-i386-vga.img.xz
> -o - | xzcat | dd of=/dev/da1 bs=128k
> Then boot on this USB flash disk.
Now there's another update from Gleb Smirnoff to try, so I think I'll try that,
start "make buildworld" at bedtime.
svn revert -R /BETA1/usr/src
and intend to update and patch within a few hours.
I don't think anybody makes 128 MB USB sticks any more, smallest in current
production may be 4 GB or 8 GB. For the price, no use buying anything under 8
GB or perhaps 16 GB.
I have two old IDE hard drives, 341 MB and 1271 MB, that I access with Sabrent
USB 2.0 enclosure.
This enclosure also has eSATA interface that works with SATA but not IDE hard
1271 MB drive worked when I last tried some months ago, but 341 MB drive just
gives gibberish. I don't know whether the 55 sectors per track is incompatible
with USB adapter, or if the drive has gone bad.
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