confused FreeBSD entrant
yawafula at hotmail.com
Wed Aug 22 08:51:38 PDT 2007
i write to you this mail hoping i find a solution on how i can use
this program which i've heard many individuals saying it has no
competitor on the market. well, sometime ago, i designed a plan to
open up a small VoIP project and i contacted one Interxchange company
who told me that i'd to install FreeBSD OS. without wasting time, i
downloaded the latest FreeBSD 6.2-i386. i even went to much extent by
ordering some two CDs from UK but then the major catastrophe faced me
on how the program works. after installation and also making a user
account i logged in but there was a message telling me to check for
newer errata files. i'm confused because first i can't see a desktop
despite me seeing how the desktop looks like at
what should i do and why are this endless errata messages coming my
way? how am i going to be able to see the desktop and work with the
program? how am i going to be able to install any other program on my
pc? do u've any solution to all these obstacles?
thanks alot with regards.
confused FreeBSD entrant
YAHYA WAFULA OJWANG
From: freebsd-advocacy-request at freebsd.org
To: yawafula at hotmail.com
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Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2007 12:06:27 +0000
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