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    Problem Installing

    I wanted to install FreeBSD 12.0 on my laptop. It is currently running Manjaro but I’d like to try something different for a while. I followed the instructions in the FreeBSD provided documentation on how to make a USB installer, and I tried in both Manjaro and Windows 10 yet received the...
  2. J

    Extracting installation images in root?

    A USB installation drive was created for Freebsd-12.0-release-memstick.img. The compressed img.xz file was downloaded via a browser from an Ubuntu Linux machine. It was then extracted with $ xz -dk Freebsd-12.0-memstick.img.xz Should the img.xz file have been extracted in root?
  3. D

    11 and 10.3 won't boot on my laptop, but 10.1 will

    I've been trying to put FreeBSD on my laptop (Dell XPS15, l502x). Previously, the memory stick worked (10.1 works), but on FreeBSD 10.3 and 11.0 (I haven't tried 10.2), boot fails with an "Operating system not found" message on screen. My laptop uses the traditional BIOS and UEFI I have a...
  4. D

    Install FreeBSD DVD install on El Capitan/dual boot option

    As I am new to this forum, I apologize if this the wrong place to ask for this advise/experience. If inappropriate, please point me to forum that might answer this post. Currently I am running a Macpro with El Capitan version 10.11.5. Due to SIP, making a bootable USB/EFI is very difficult for...
  5. Maelstorm

    Solved Which image should I install?

    Which FreeBSD image should I install from? I am moving from 9.3 to 10.2 and I see there is a DVD version and a CD version. So can I assume that the DVD contains everything that is on the CD and more? In other words, is the DVD a superset of the CD?