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Date:      Thu, 28 Jun 2001 20:03:27 +0200
From:      "Simen Brekken" <mail@simenbrekken.com>
To:        <doc@FreeBSD.org>
Subject:   Things noticed while reading the Handbook
Message-ID:  <000001c1023e$07422d90$0100a8c0@simen>

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Hi,

I'm a moderately experienced user, on my way to Free BSD glory. I've been
reading the handbook pretty carefully and I've discovered some
quirks/potential improvements:

7.4. The Configuration File:
Q: "All PCs supported by FreeBSD have one of these. If you have an IBM PS/2
(Micro Channel Architecture), you cannot run FreeBSD at this time (support
is being worked on)."

A: I understand that isa is probably a standard used throughout my whole
system but I got a bit confused since my system only contains PCI and AGP
cards. Perhaps a note should say that you need to include isa support even
if you system doesn't have any ISA cards.




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