I just tried out 1.3.2 on a brand spanking new USB3 flash drive (Samsung Fit 64GB). The OS performed wonderfully. Not super fast, but that’s expected from a flash drive. I even was able to upgrade ALL the packages that needed it - at one time! It was something like 220 or 230 packages on the drive. Octopkg kicks butt and did everything necessary and I didn’t even need to reboot (I did though just ‘because’ and also as a test to try and see if anything breaks rebooting often).
Everything worked flawlessly. Really.
Everything BUT - being able to see the other drives on my system!
I have Slackware 14.1 x86 on a 1TB HDD, and Slackware 14.2 x86_64 on a 250GB SSD, and unfortunately Nomad BSD couldn’t find/see either of them even after installing fuse_lkl.
I’m too new to BSD to figure out what else to do, so maybe someone here will have a suggestion or idea how to fix this problem or why it may be happening.