On Mon, Feb 04, 2008 at 07:34:56PM +0100, Wojciech Puchar wrote:
> >to it. /usr/local and /usr/src are often good candidates.
> >To do that, create the partition using fdisk (for the slice), then
> if it's freebsd-only drive, why using fdisk at all?
Just because it is a more generalized way of doing it and it
is so easy, and takes no extra space, so why not!
> i live very well without it on ALL machines i installed.
> you simply get (for example)
> /dev/ad0a instead of ad0s1a etc.
> you bsdlabel ad0 instead of ad0s1.
> don't forget to bsdlabel -B ad0 if it's boot disk
> replace ad0 to whatever your disk is
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