I have a very old system using Ubuntu 4.04 with Firefox 2.0. Yes very old. I did not use this for a long time and now I want to install OpenBSD on this system. Firefox can not access to Internet anymore because the security protocol is enabled. I accept that and tried something else.
So I used my new system and went to http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq4.html#bsd.rd and downloaded "instal67.iso" successful. On the new system I use Ubuntu 18.04 and I want to use "Startup disk creation" and try select the .iso file. But the iso file is not selected because "Startup disk creation" could only be used for Ubuntu. But the bash dd command could be used.
dd if=install*.fs of=/dev/rsd6c bs=1m
The explanation on http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq4.html#bsd.rd how to use "dd" statement is unclear to me. And it seems to be different on each system.
If my iso file is located on my home path so:
and my USB on:
"Ubuntu 18.04" might be the name of my previous iso file which can be deleted.
What would the statement be to create a bootable USB for OpenBSD?