FreeBSD on a everything onboard motherboard.
joe at tao.org.uk
Tue Nov 27 16:58:41 GMT 2001
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On Tue, Nov 27, 2001 at 04:38:40PM +0000, Sam Smith wrote:
> On Tue, 27 Nov 2001, William Cooper wrote:
> > I'm building a new machine soon at college and I've been told the
> > spec, and basicly the graphics, sound, network card, 56k modem is all
> > onboard, has anyone ran FreeBSD on a mobo the same spec as this? If so
> > did it run ok with no problems or am I going to have a fricking load
> > of problems when shoving FreeBSD on it?
> Depends on what make/model of motherboard it is....
> Although on-board modems tend to be WinModems these days :-(
Most likely you'll have no problems with any of the hardware. That
modem may cause you trouble if you wish to use it though.
a very long time since I had I'd imagine that you'll have no problems at all
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