Welcome, we hope you enjoy your stay :).I've done a brand-new install of FreeBSD (4.9), and am a fresh user to this flavor of *nix.
Could you be a bit more specific? What happened during the install? Did it give you anyThe install went more or less without a hitch. For some reason ldap (part of the default package selection) didn't want to install.
To test things out, I tried installing mozilla. It failed due to a
dependancy, so I checked out the website to see what was available, found
a version that was there, adn installed it.
How are you installing mozilla? There shouldn't be any dependency problems in either of
the two main ways to install packages on FreeBSD. Whether you install via the ports tree
or through the package system all the dependencies should be handled for you. I think the
reason that you're having dependency issues is because you're attempting to install binaries
that you've downloaded that aren't packaged for FreeBSD specifically.
But when I type "mozilla" to start the program, it's not found. (Nor wasWhich shell are you running? You might have to run 'rehash' to refresh your shell's cache of available
it added to the KDE Menu.)
I was able to do a "pkg_add -r cvsup" on the first try. But I ended up
with the same problem -- not being able to find the package once it was
installed. Needless to say, I can't add any ports as a result.
programs. Logging in/out would do the same but running 'rehash' is simpler/quicker.
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