NomadBSD 1.4

I’ve been using Linux & BSD since 1999, & whilst my distro of choice still serves me well, it is becoming a bit ‘tatty’ with all the additions to the menu - I like nice clean lines, & this NomadBSD has them - I’m just testing at the moment, but it looks like I may have found a better O/S for most of my computers - need to try it on a few more first yet… :wink:

Congrats to the team on producing the best ‘live’ BSD that I’ve come across. :slight_smile:

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My experiences so far, running ‘live’ from pendrive a bit flaky, runs quite well from USB2 pendrive, but is a bit temperamental from my Kingston DataTraveller G4 32GB pendrive.

However, once installed to my USB3 pendrive, all seems well.

I now also have NomadBSD 1.4 installed on two older laptops, an HP-G62, & a Toshiba Satellite Pro, both seem to be working fine, (early days, but I expect them to be OK in the long run).

Edit: It was great being able to copy data from an ext4 partition. :slight_smile:

P.S. The HP-G62 is from 2010, & the Toshiba is from 2008.