prasad chandrasekaran <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> I am trying to install freebsd 4.7 on my pentium 2
> machine standalone machine. The problem is it show 7
> conflicts in kernel configuration under network. Since
> I have no network card I disable every conflict by
> pressing del key.

You probably don't need to worry about it; the install usually goes
smoothly whether you've removed the conflicts or not.

> After that installation goes smooth. After
> installation has been completed kernel doesn't get
> copied to "/" directory only file I can see is
> Kernel.GENERIC I am able to boot with this kernel but
> I can't work with Freebsd cause all the directories
> are turned into readonly. 

How are you seeing that?  What kind of installation did you do?  I
recommend trying a minimal install.

> It doesn't boot into multiuser environment. If someone
> could help me I would highly appreciate it.

What happens instead?
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