Sorry after re-reading my reply one thing I did not make clear....

Install freebsd as you would with a uniprocessor machine, then boot that
install and do what I recommend below

 - Mike

> 
> You need to recompile the kernel with the SMP options turned on, install
> the kernel and reboot.  On a reasonable modern machine takes less than 10
> minutes.
> 
> See /usr/src/sys/i386/conf/GENERIC and the FreeBSD Handbook.
> 
>  - Mike
> 
> > Hi,
> > For a multiprocessor machine,to install FreeBSD,is
> > something extra needs to be done from what will be
> > done to install the OS for a uni processor machine?I
> > mean is there anything different to be installed for a
> > symmetric multi processor machine?
> > 
> > thanks
> > shubha
> > 
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