Second attempt to install OpenBSD on my troublesome system
How i can be 100 % sure that my computer work before the installation?
I tried NetBSD 5.1 (livecd) and the keyboard stop to function when i'm on the prompt. So i can't use it at all.
Yesterday i tried even OpenBSD 5.0 (livecd) and seem ok.
Which information - and using which command from the livecd - i must give you for be 100 % sure that everything work even after a real installation?
If everything is ok i will remove one linux distro from my system so i can give an all disk at openbsd (6gb of an old disk ...).
|64bit, install, live cd|
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