On Sunday 04 April 2004 02:12 pm, Steven Soria wrote: > Hi > I installed FreeBSD and everything works fine but now I need to install > Xfree86. Is that the only thing I need to install to be able to get into > FreeBSD? Please help me out by telling me how to get Xfree86 and where to > install it to so I can get it when Im trying to install it. I have FreeBSD > on another partition but now when I go into My Computer, it doesnt show the > partition with FreeBSD on it. How will I do it then? I have the I386 > platform. PLEASE HELP ME OUT!
This is a recommendation only, but here's what I think you should do: Get on eBay, and buy yourself a used PC, 500 MHz - 1 GHz, 128 MB RAM, a 40 GB HDD, an Ethernet card and a cd-rom drive. Spend maybe $150. While you're online, order a copy of the FreeBSD 5.2 (or 4.9) CD set. Spend another $40. Once you get your PC and CD set, install FreeBSD - it's pretty simple, even if you don't know shit from butterbeans. This may cost a bit more, but avoids the risk of breaking your trusty Windows box, while giving you an opportunity to experiment & make mistakes while you learn FreeBSD/Unix. And you will learn... -- Jay _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"