Writing the image to a USB memory stick


FreeBSD

# lzma -d nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi.lzma
# dd if=nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi of=/dev/daX bs=1m
or
# xzcat nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi.lzma | dd of=/dev/daX bs=1m

OpenBSD

# lzma -d nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi.lzma
# dd if=nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi of=/dev/rsdXc bs=1m
or
# xzcat nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi.lzma | dd of=/dev/rsdXc bs=1m

NetBSD

# lzma -d nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi.lzma
# dd if=nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi of=/dev/rsdXd bs=1m
or
# xzcat nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi.lzma | dd of=/dev/rsdXd bs=1m

DragonFly BSD

# lzma -d nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi.lzma
# dd if=nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi of=/dev/sdX bs=1m
or
# xzcat nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi.lzma | dd of=/dev/sdX bs=1m

Mac OS X

# lzma -d nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi.lzma
# dd if=nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi of=/dev/rdiskX bs=1m
or
# xzcat nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi.lzma | dd of=/dev/rdiskX bs=1m

Linux

# lzma -d nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi.lzma
# dd bs=1M if=nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi of=/dev/sdX conv=fsync
or
# xzcat nomadbsd-x.y.z.efi.lzma | dd of=/dev/sdX bs=1M

Double check to make sure to replace X with the correct unit number!

Windows

You can uncompress the image using 7-Zip. To write the image to your USB stick, you can use Win32 Disk Imager.

Download

Version Image Checksum (lzma) Checksum (image)
1.1 NomadBSD-1.1 SHA256 SHA256
1.1 (Mac image) NomadBSD-1.1 (Mac) SHA256 SHA256
1.1-RC2 NomadBSD-1.1-RC2 SHA256 SHA256
1.1-RC1 NomadBSD-1.1-RC1 SHA256 SHA256
1.0.1 NomadBSD-1.0.1 SHA256 SHA256