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Re: Problem installing Debian kFreeBSD


I still haven't got the cd as made using the latest ISO image working at all.
It doesn't boot at all. One day, when got time, I'll try burning another one.


The earlier image works,

But with that one I haven't got any network.
Not any of the commands as suggested,  after
an earlier discussion, (to look for the network and
for the ethernet card)  works.
(The answer is: 'command doesn't exist'.)
What to do?

With my regular debian gnu/linux I've got no problems.

- hv

Jeronimo Pellegrini <pellegrini@mpcnet.com.br> wrote:
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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