If you want it easy, go to Distrowatch.com and select
one of the live CDs there. You should try out
FreeSBIE, Frenzy, Damn Small Linux, and Vector Linux.
First two are FreeBSD based while the last two are
linux-based. You can run them as a live CD or use them
as installers.


--- Stojance <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Dear FreeBSD
> I really like your OS and I want to install it on a
> really old Toshiba 
> Notebook (lap-Top). It has a 4GB HDD and 64 or 32 MB
> RAM; Pentium II; 
> and I don't know the other specs. While reading the
> installation manual 
> I got confused. Is there a faster way for
> configuring all the stuff, 
> without all of the questions; or an automatic Mouse,
> screen, keyboard, 
> Ethernet configuration. On that Toshiba notebook I
> have installed 
> Windows '98 and I hate it so I want a Unix/Linux
> type of system. A 
> friend of mine recommended FreeBSD and I want it.
> Can you please supply 
> me with a simpler installation guide. I am so
> worried that I won't make 
> it trough the installation -- or later on I won't
> gonna be able to load 
> the OS. I want FreeBSD to take the whole disk, so I
> hope that I won't 
> gonna have to make all those partitions ( Right? ),
> I hope that FreeBSD 
> will do that for me. Oh, and will FreeBSD fit in a
> normal 800MB CD? And 
> I'm unsure how to start the Installation process? I
> need HELP NOW !!!
> 
> Thank you
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