FreeBSD hardware specifications
aj at siegel-tech.net
Thu Sep 30 13:55:42 PDT 2004
I would recommend setting up dual boot system with FreeBSD and Linux see which
system you like best or suites your needs the best. Get your feet wet first,
jump in when you feel comfortable. There are a couple ways of creating such a
system, buy a new hard drive or crate a partition on you current drive for
I am typing this email on a PII laptop running 5.2.1 Release and KDE it is a
little slow but it get the job done reliably.
On Tuesday 28 September 2004 21:12, annuar wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm new to Linux/Unix. I've installed Fedora Core 1 on my AMD Sempron 1.67,
> 256 MB, 40GB and 17" monitor. It is running but the CD player does work (No
> sound) - can anyone help me on this?
> I'm interested on FreeBSD (download the 4.10) and would like to install it
> either on this machine or a new machine. Can anyone suggest a suitable
> machine (with specs so that I can go to the PC shops)?
> AA EHSAN
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