FreeBSD on SSD
Good day. I have recently bought a Seagate Momentus XT for my laptop.
The specs for the drive are :
RPM : 7200
Buffer : 32 MB
HDD Memory : 750 GB
SSD Memory : 8 GB
I wish to install FreeBSD on it, but I wanted to ask this beforehand :
Would it would be possible to install it on the 8 GB SSD sector ?
Would it work, and how would FreeBSD generally handle the SSD share of the
Thank you, V.
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