I have been out of work so long (since being diagnosed as autistic and scared) that even as an IT professional, I now get very anxious about messing with my PC.
However, I got a magazine that included FreeBSD/i386 6.2 on the DVD and I have always wanted to play with BSD. My past experience included UNIX System V, some Solaris 7 or 8, and other variants, so you know a bit of history. Anyway, I have a laptop preinstalled with Vista Home Premium and I would like to also run BSD on it. In reading your installation documentation, I do not see anything that suggests I can install FreeBSD onto my PC without wiping Windows. I also have restricted web access so cannot access you web site, so I would like to know if FreeBSD will install in a way that will not kill Windows on my PC? I have to ask this, because I once had an old PC and put Solaris on it, and that required a dedicated drive. The PC is now dead, so I have to make it all work on one machine. Thanks, David David Morton E: [EMAIL PROTECTED] M: 0400 560 330 H: 03 6295 0278 80 Rocky Bay Road Deep Bay, TAS 7112 AUSTRALIA _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"