On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 12:44:34PM +0300, Boris Samorodov wrote: > stan <st...@panix.com> writes: > > > I am trying to install FreebSD under VirtualBox 3.0 on an Ubuntu 9.10 > > machien. I just installed OpenBSD in the same environment with no issues. > > > > However, FreeBSD does not seem to be able to get networking working. I am > > trying to install from a minimal boot CD, and get the filesets from an ftp > > server. I tried letting the FreeBSD installer get an address uisng DHCPm > > and it failed. So I booted teh OpenBSD insatnce, and used it's setigs, > > except for IP address (namescerve, defailt router etc). But still no luck. > > > > Has anyone made this work? Any sugestions as to what else to ty? > > DHCP should work. Try other network cards (change then via > Virtualbox OSE). > FreeBSD is detecting an AMD card.
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