How do I verify a FreeBSD installation ISO image (ie. FreeBSD-13.0-RELEASE-amd64-dvd1.iso) burned --- or written :-) - to a USB stick?
The USB stick is created by the following command:
dd if=FreeBSD-13.0-RELEASE-amd64-dvd1.iso of=/dev/da0 bs=1m conv=sync
I've tried by issuing the following...
The command "pkg check -s -a" verify the checksums against installed packages. I've tried both an Internet-connected VM and another Internet-disconnected VM and the command passes and completes without errors.
1. How does it verify the the packages? (Is it similar to "shasum -a 256 ..." and...
When I verify the FreeBSD 12.1 Release signed checksum signature using gpg it say good signature but the key has expired.
I tried it with -
I read several times that changing ZFS checksum to sha512 could improve performances.
So, on a FreeBSD 11 computer installed with a ZFS boot device, I did "zfs set checksum=sha512 zroot" and everything seemed fine.
Until I rebooted.
When I rebooted, I had errors like:
ZFS: i/o error -...