BSD Disk Images
On Lamp tells us about
BSD disk images.
"I'm repeatedly installing OpenBSD on a test machine, but I don't want to waste a keyboard or a monitor on it. While I have the equipment, desk space is precious. That leads me to a serial console. Booting an OpenBSD system with a serial console is pretty easy: enter set tty com0 at either the boot prompt or in /etc/boot.conf. The first won't work in this case. If I had a keyboard and monitor attached, I wouldn't need the serial console."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Nov 26, 2002 )
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