gunnut at 2ainfo.it
Mon Jun 9 16:53:17 UTC 2008
Jerry McAllister ha scritto:
> On Mon, Jun 09, 2008 at 08:24:13AM -0700, Huu Daud wrote:
>> Iam new to this forum and to the Unix. My interest is to install and
>> configure freeBSD on my desktop computer.I have downloaded the iso for i386.
>> and burn on the CD and DVD.My problem is when I boot from the CD or DVD ,
>> it didnt send me to the screen for selection options as it is shown on the
>> web. Instead, it sends me to the A drive prompt(DOS).Is it possible to
>> install from the DOS?.How then.
I got the same problem,very likely you have burned the iso file on a
window machine.I gave up.
If you have a floppy drive make the boot floppy as explained on the
handbook ,and then install
> I am having a little trouble picturing what you got. It doesn't sound
> like something I have seen when booting from a CD.
> First, is there something in your floppy drive? If so, take it out.
> Second, your BIOS boot sequence should be: Floppy, CD, hard disk
> If it doesn't happen to have the CD in the BIOS sequence, then
> put it there.
> When you start to boot from the CD, then just let it continue.
> It might put up a boot menu, but you should be able to just wait
> and take the default.
> Past that, there should be no other prompt or menu after that
> besides install selection stuff.
>> Thank you for your help
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