FreeBSD 3.3 doesn't install on my PC at all. This is what I have done
1. Boot the PC using the FreeBSD bootable CD.
2. Select the appropriate drivers(all conflicts resolved).
It seems to me that the kernel can detect all my hardware,
but then the installation hangs at the screen "Probing hardware...this
could take a while..."(something like this).
What gives?? My PC runs Linux, Win98 and WinNT just fine.
My PC config:
P3 450(NOT overclocked), 128M ram
Tekram motherboard(VIA chipset supporting PC133)
IBM DMA66 9.1G Hard Disk(master) on the first IDE controller.
40X creative CD-ROM drive(master) on the second IDE controller.
NE2000 PCI Ethernet card
Sound Blaster Live!
Diamond V770 TNT2 32M ram
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