Igor Skalski wrote:
I would like to try to install FreeBSD on my home computer wchich is not
connected to the Internet. In my opinion the most important aspect of
using free software in such a conditions is possessing whole set of CD's
containing both most important programs and source code. I can not find on the Internet CD images containing ports and sources.
Are they available anywhere? I am not intend to buy the CD set - at least
before trying the system.

You're right, I don't see any CD image available online that contains all the packages, which is a little surprising.

However, CDs containing lots of the packages are available very cheaply.
I just checked http://www.cheapbytes.com , and they have 4 & 6 CD sets
available for as low as US$6. So you might invest in one of those.

Jonathan Arnold     (mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED])
Daemon Dancing in the Dark, a FreeBSD weblog:

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