Jeremy Chadwick wrote:
> (It's ironic that I encountered this issue while working on a document
> describing how to put FreeBSD i386, amd64, and MS-DOS on a USB flash
> drive, so one could install FreeBSD from it, or boot MS-DOS for BIOS
> upgrades)
>
>

Hello,

A bit offtopic but may I just say: That sounds great! I've been looking
for a document like that. The PCBSD guys have a .img on their site you
can just dd to the flash drive, but I haven't been able to get
something similar working with plain FreeBSD. It would be very neat to
be able to have a couple of USB sticks in the laptop bag with the
various "current" installations. Good stuff!

Best regards

Thomas Rasmussen
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