Diff for /wikisrc/tutorials/how_to_install_netbsd_from_an_usb_memory_stick.mdwn between versions 1.9 and 1.12

version 1.9, 2015/12/07 10:58:54 version 1.12, 2017/06/21 10:25:20
Line 18  Installation images are available on the Line 18  Installation images are available on the
 mirrors](http://www.netbsd.org/mirrors/) under the images/ directory, their  mirrors](http://www.netbsd.org/mirrors/) under the images/ directory, their
 filenames match the *install.img.gz pattern.  filenames match the *install.img.gz pattern.
   
 For example if we want to download NetBSD 6.0 for i386:  For example if we want to download NetBSD 7.0 for amd64:
   
     # ftp ftp://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD/NetBSD-6.0/images/NetBSD-6.0-i386-install.img.gz      # ftp ftp://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD/NetBSD-7.0/images/NetBSD-7.0-amd64-install.img.gz
   
 ## Copying the installation image to the memory stick  ## Copying the installation image to the memory stick
 To prepare the memory stick under a Unix system you can just use  To prepare the memory stick under a Unix system you can just use
Line 28  To prepare the memory stick under a Unix Line 28  To prepare the memory stick under a Unix
 Whenever using dd(1), remember to set the blocksize by specifying the   Whenever using dd(1), remember to set the blocksize by specifying the 
 <code>bs</code> parameter in order to speed up the write to the installation  <code>bs</code> parameter in order to speed up the write to the installation
 media a bit (e.g. 1m).  media a bit (e.g. 1m).
 For example if the memory stick is recognized as sd0 (**Warning: this will  For example if the memory stick is recognized as `sd0` (**Warning: this will
 overwrite all the contents on your memory stick**):  overwrite all the contents on your memory stick**):
   
     # gunzip NetBSD-6.0-i386-install.img.gz      # gunzip NetBSD-7.0-amd64-install.img.gz
     # dd if=NetBSD-6.0-i386-install.img of=/dev/rsd0d bs=1m      # dd if=NetBSD-7.0-amd64-install.img of=/dev/rsd0d bs=1m
   
   In the previous command we have used `rsd0d` in order to refer to the *whole*
   `sd0` disk.
   
   On Linux the command is similar although it need some minor adjustments, if the
   memory stick is recognized as `sdb` (**Warning: this will overwrite all the
   contents on your memory stick**):
   
       # gunzip NetBSD-7.0-amd64-install.img.gz
       # dd if=NetBSD-7.0-amd64-install.img of=/dev/sdb bs=1M
   
   On Windows you can use [rawrite32](//www.netbsd.org/~martin/rawrite32/) to copy
   the image to the stick.
   
 ## Installation process  ## Installation process
 After NetBSD is booted from the memory stick the installation process is  After NetBSD is booted from the memory stick the installation process is

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