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Old 5th May 2009
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Default Install to a HDD using FreeSBID


Had anyone used FreeSBID install FreeBSD (7+) onto a HDD?
There are three options in its Makefile:
iso, img, flash
which can be invoked as: make iso, make img or make flash.

can I assign a secondary HDD device name to the "make flash" command? eg. "make hdd". I am a bit worried if the command "make flash" will produce a "read-only" filesystem.

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Old 11th May 2009
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What's FreeSBID? I can't seem to find anything about it...
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D is close to E so I suppose its FreeSBIE.
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