Re: Random panics on FreeeBSD 6.0
Matthew Navarre wrote:
* 1) Insert blank floppy
* 2) dd if=/usr/local/share/memtest86/floppy.bin of=/dev/fd0
* 3) Boot the floppy
which would be all well and good if this machine actually had a
damned floppy drive.
C'mon kids. Let's catch up to the late 90's....
Google for memtest86, go to the website for memtest86+ and download the
ISO, burn to CD. The freebsd port is just out-of-date.
Might be better done from a reliable PC :-)
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