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Old 28th January 2014
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Default Plop boot manager

Originally Posted by censored View Post
No - the plop boot is not FreeBSD. It's a glorified boot block shim that has USB knowledge, so can boot USB media on old machines that don't have the cojones built into BIOS.
I don't know how much discussion such a thread would generate, but I'd be curious to see any responses given.

You might consider posting to the hardware section here.

Discussion may also open up if you were to disclose why booting from USB appears to be the only option considered.
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