I am a newbie, using Windows, a Mandrake Linux and a Slackware installed on my Athlon PC.
So I intended to test FreeBSD on my old PC:
Pentium, 133MHz, 16 Mo memory.
I used floppies as indicated ( I had to use the drivers one equally for my CD reader to be detected ).
The "base" has been installed in a moderate time.
But as I wanted to get graphics advantage, I choosed to add KDE tools, fonts, etc.
Install time: 16 hours (!). And I still don't have xf86cfg to get my graphic screen. (in what package is it ?)
So, my question: is the time duration normal ? And what is the minimum packages to install in
way to get a minimum of graphics, so usefull for a beginner .
Thank you
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