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Re: usb stick install
* Thor Lancelot Simon (tls%panix.com@localhost) wrote:
You may not need to go to all that trouble. Most machines these days will
boot from an ISO image on any USB stick -- just dd the ISO image onto the
stick and see if that works.
Sorry for being off-topic,
I'm not going to install the system with the USB stick.
But I only want to copy my files to/from USB stick.
I simply plug it (Verico USB 2.0); I got the followings.
umass0 at uhub0 port 1 configuration 1 interface 0
umass0: Generic Mass Storage, rev 2.00/1.01, addr 2
umass0: Get Max Lun failed: TIMEOUT
umass0: unable to get Max Lun: TIMEOUT
It can be mounted r/w on FreeBSD 7+.
But I just cannot mount it on NetBSD.
Should I re-compile the kernel and how?
Any advice would be highly appreciated.
I do not even know where my two remaining sticks are. I gave the best one
to my mother. I tend to use ssh and realize that there are actually
reasons to have the usb technology; e.g., it is small to carry around.
I could find the sticks, though.
All that I recall is that FreeBSD uses a different device than OpenBSD,
and NetBSD's device was more similar to OpenBSD's than FreeBSD's.
I might get a chance to find and update my notes next week, probably
Sunday or Monday.
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