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Boot OpenBSD and NetBSD from Grub2

OpenBSD and NetBSD are two popular BSD operating systems. You can boot, install OpenBSD and NetBSD from Grub2 without losing data. The way to do it here is similar to how to do it with FreeBSD. We also use Partition Image Mapper to avoid data loss. Please refer to the related articles for more details. Download … Continue reading Boot OpenBSD and NetBSD from Grub2

 

Create FreeBSD bootable USB from Windows without data loss

Unlike dd or Win32 Disk Imager, this article will guide you how to create FreeBSD bootable USB from Windows without data loss. What is FreeBSD? Create FreeBSD bootable USB What is FreeBSD? FreeBSD is a free and open-source Unix-like operating system descended from Research Unix via the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD). Although for legal reasons … Continue reading Create FreeBSD bootable USB from Windows without data loss

 

Partition Image Mapper – Use partition images as real partitions

Partition Image Mapper is a tool that allows you to temporarily use the partition image as a real partition. Introduce How does it work? MAP UNMAP Introduce A partition is located on the hard drive based on the starting address and the total size of the partition. And a file too, it also contains information about … Continue reading Partition Image Mapper – Use partition images as real partitions