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Old 30th April 2010
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Default NetBSD as a workstation OS

I'm planning to test NetBSD as a workstation OS on my home computer (primarily on my old laptop, but possibly also on my newer home desktop machine).

One particular problem I seem to reacll from my previous attempts to install NetBSD was that that I had trouble accessing ext2 formatted removable media. So how do you manage your removable media on NetBSD? What filesystem do you prefer for removable media?

Do you have any advices for someone who would like to try NetBSD as a workstation OS on a home computer?
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