David J Brooks
daeg at houston.rr.com
Thu Apr 6 00:57:47 UTC 2006
On Wednesday 05 April 2006 18:18, Tom wrote:
> I am just looking at Free BSD as a Windows alternative. I have a home
> workgroup that I am out growing and wanting to do more with, but don't want
> to give MS any more Hundreds of hard earned dollars.
> My first question is where can I find a site that will list all approved or
> thoroughly checked out hardware to build a "box" (motherboards, and the
> like). I don't have the time, or patience to get into major software
> conflicts or bugs. I want to follow a A to B to C box build and software
> setup. Is there someone (or more) to guide me through the process? Is there
> a website with complete and accurate information on it? Is there a "BSD for
> idiots" instruction book that's current? Is there a BSD project team
> working with manufactures and touting their successes? Help!
You can find information about supported hardware for any release of FreeBSD
Sure God created the world in only six days,
but He didn't have an established user-base.
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