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Date:      Wed, 30 Jun 1999 20:11:46 -3000 (MDT)
From:      Jonathon Doran <doranj@Colorado.EDU>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: your mail
Message-ID:  <199907010211.UAA17400@ucsu.Colorado.EDU>
In-Reply-To: <000001bec365$bef51ac0$589f4b0c@ronfolke> from "RON FOLKERS" at Jun 30, 99 07:55:35 pm

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> A short time back i downloaded BSD off the internet onto the floppy and =
> tried install the dos/bsd partision and somwere it crashed. I was =
> working up to the point of formatting the 2 floppies.

Could you give us more information on where the crash occured, and what
the symptoms were?  I'm not aware of any part of the install procedure where
you are able to make floppies.  Had FreeBSD booted when the crash occured?
It sounds from your post that you were in Windows making floppies when your
machine crashed.


> I also have a cd it says it's 2.0 i don't know if this is  the latest =
> version. If not can i get a cd upgrade for free. If not no biggie.

"A" cd?  Must be from cheapbytes.

The latest release is 3.2.  Upgrades aren't free, but are reasonably
priced.  Plus you'll be helping the project.

As an alternative, you can pull 3.2 off ftp.cdrom.com.

Jon Doran


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