I used TrueOS .img to set-up a ‘live’ usb in order to install the latest TrueOS.
I DD’d it to a usb drive and ran it on my Lenova Thinkcentre and it was a success…tried the live usb on a small eeepc and it booted to the point of rejection because the eeePC is only 32bit…at least an indication of its ability to boot.
When I tried it on an Acer Aspire 5315 the ‘live’ usb failed to boot so I was unable to install to the HD on the Acer Laptop? I manipulated the BIOS to select the boot order but it just doesn’t want to boot up.
FreeBSD worked and is installed where I want to put TrueOS.
I’m hoping that someone has the answer for me to get TrueOS installed…without mechanically moving the drive back and forth