Hi!Off the top of my head, I could be wrong here though.
Does anybody explain me why i can't install FreeBSD on new HDD? I have just NTFS hard drive formatted, but when i start freebsd install i see next: Probing devices (this can take a while) And next: /:write falied, filesystem is full What is it? What I must do next?
If you haven't given up some space on that NTFS hard drive you are not going to get anywhere. By space I mean some unpartitioned area of the hard drive that will have enough free space to meet the demands of your freebsd install. You'll most likely need some sort of partioning utility to shrink a NTFS partition down.
The other possability is you did make a partition (slice in FreeBSD parlance) and indeed ran out of space and all them bits were getting squished together and *poof* filled up your file system.
You'll need to make more room. I'm not sure how much space is required for a FreeBSD install, you can check the documentation for that, and then make a slice or slices the combined size you'll need. And don't forget about swap space.
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