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Old 4th April 2012
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Default Booting install.iso from grub.

I was considering reducing my waste by installing grub and creating a partition just for syncing with -current.

I was wondering if anyone has tried it this way:

[grub] [install.iso partition] [OpenBSD]

This way I can boot the iso - update the box and boot into OpenBSD w/o having to burn a cd. Plus this is an older laptop and syncing from cvs tree is not ideal.

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