On Tue, Jan 16, 2007 at 10:22:39PM +0100, Petr Salinger wrote:
> >if you read the previous posts you'll learn that this seems to be a
> >"normal" thing. At least it was for me (on an IBM T43p)
> >Just answer "not" and press control F3 (or was it F5?) to finish your
> >installation. When you're done you'll probably have a fully functional
> >debian-bsd system. Otherwise if you have a connection then just
> >apt-get reinstall the kernel and wahtever you want.
> Please, after rebooting into Debian GNU/kFreeBSD
> try "apt-get update; apt-get upgrade" (or even dist-upgrade).
> It will now bring to you FreeBSD 6.2 based kernel ;-)
Thank you guys!
The rest of the installation was really easy (it's a Debian system after
all). Congratulations to the developers!
I look forward to seeing an official release of Debian kFreeBSD. I'll
probably keep it installed on a laptop and report bugs.
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