Hello, 
I was triying to install the 4.8 version in a Pentium 450 128 MB RAM and 9 GB of SCSI
hard disk, and I got a problem in the very beginning of the installation. I have 
written both boot disks (kernel.flp and mfsroot.flp) and everything seems to go fine  
until a point at which the computer stops and shows me this:


md0: raw partition size !=slice size
md0: start0, end 8638, size 8639
md0c: start0, end 8639, size 8640
md0: truncating raw partition
md0: rejecting partition in BSD label: it isn't entirely within the slice
md0: start0, end 8638, size 8639
md0c: start0, end 8639, size 8640
...
...
Manual root filesystem specification:
<fstype>:<device> Mount<device>using filesystem<fstype>
                                                     eg. ufs:/dev/da0sla
                                                    ? List valid disk boot devices
<empty line> Abort manual input
mountroot>
 
    

The question is: am I going to be capable to install FreeBSD on this machine? I am 
impatient to try it!
 
Thanks for your time :-)
                                     peep..

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