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Old 5th December 2018
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I'm going to order another 8GB USB flash drive for the install. My understanding of disklabel(8) is 8GB's is needed for all the usual partitions.

In Arch linux, swap space is assigned by mkswap. Will disklabel automatically "mkswap" or just allocate the space? Is there an OpenBSD mkswap equivalent?

My prior gpt installs used OpenBSD UEFI howto. I would like to keep the GPT partition as 1GB in case I ever want to restore Win10s. Using
Code:
fdisk -i -b 1024 sdmmc0
should accomplish that?
Then copy over efi/boot/BOOTX64.EFI from the usb drive to sdmmc0?
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