Fw: Can I install Free BSD latest version on my laptop with dual boot?

manikandan.x.balachandran at jpmchase.com manikandan.x.balachandran at jpmchase.com
Fri Dec 21 04:16:20 PST 2007


Thanks for your immediate response

Yes, I spend two days and found out there are lot of tips in your 
documentation thanks?

After compiling the Free BSD Kernel and making some changes on my system 
then how do I make the installable CD/DVD from my source (My Free BSD) to 
distribute to others?

One more question: Can I use ZFS on Free BSD?

Bournemouth, UK

Manolis Kiagias <sonicy at otenet.gr>
18/12/2007 07:21 PM
        To:     manikandan.x.balachandran at jpmchase.com
        cc:     freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
        Subject:        Re: Fw: Can I install Free BSD latest version on 
my laptop with  dual boot?

manikandan.x.balachandran at jpmchase.com wrote:
> Hi,
> We would like to tune FreeBSD according to our business needs. Please 
> forward some documents for how to compile the Free BSD kernel and how we 

> can deploy our compiled version of Free BSD into a new machine.
> Please help me ASAP
> Cheers,
> B.Manikandan
> UK
> ------------------------------------------------------------
Before actually tuning FreeBSD (or any other OS for that matter) to your
business needs (which we don't know...) you should take more time to
familiarize yourself with the system, perform test installs and so on.
Also don't forget to read the documentation. FreeBSD has an excellent
documentation set, comprising of FAQ, articles and an excellent handbook:


The handbook will answer most of your questions. Many others you will be
able to answer yourself by experimenting and gaining experience. You
will only get useful answers from the list if your questions are quite
specific and you have done "your homework" beforehand.

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