[PC-BSD Testing] Testing 7.1 RC1
yerenkow at uct.ua
Tue Mar 31 23:16:34 PDT 2009
On 01.04.2009 1:36, Fabrizio Parrella wrote:
> here it is... dd for windows
> - http://www.chrysocome.net/dd
> never used, just saw it awhile back and found today when I read this email.
Hm, cool :) But anyway, I could add more files to FAT flash, but
couldn't do for UFS ;)
And I didn't forced to lost all data from flash every time I change
Install image to new one.
I think in whole world there will be two-three people who find this
And Kris, about RC1:
1. If I choose upgrade, I see "Mounting CD..." when rm process working,
user could be confused, "Why my CD is mounting about 10 minutes"? Better
change label while removing old data. And place new label in the end of
install - when PBI are installing.
2. I had rebooted PC with not-checked filesystem. I did upgrade, after
reboot my filesystem was still dirty and required fsck. And maybe this
is related - this upgrade couldn't login into KDE. I propose before
mounting partition for upgrade, check it with fsck, and maybe try to
intercept some errors according to HDD fails? How about this.
Now going to reinstall fully RC1 and test OS itself :)
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "A.Yerenkow"<yerenkow at uct.ua>
> To: "PC-BSD Testing list"<testing at lists.pcbsd.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 2009 6:10 PM
> Subject: Re: [PC-BSD Testing] Testing 7.1 RC1
>> On 31.03.2009 23:47, Kris Moore wrote:
>>> A.Yerenkow wrote:
>>>> Hello all!
>>>> I had a little Lightning happen in my PC, and I was away from internet
>>>> while RC1 happen :(
>>>> Now I'm back, and kickin! :)
>>>> Here is little manual on how to make bootable FAT USB flash drive from
>>>> within windows
>>>> I'd like to get some feedback on this, I'm currently investigating on
>>>> making live-USB with FAT.
>>> Whats the big advantage to using FAT on the USB as apposed to the way we
>>> do USB disks now? Just that you don't need to format the disk? Would
>>> this be something we could change in how we build our USB images?
>> Main advantage - is simplicity for some non-hacker, windows user to try
>> our system.
>> Do you know easy way to "dd" usb-images onto usb under windows?
>> And this way is could evolve in some "download-unpack" and try.
>> It's so unix - one more way to do something ;)
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