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Date:      Fri, 04 Jul 1997 19:34:48 +0800
From:      Icebox <gwe1105@ms2.hinet.net>
To:        jtroy@vt.edu
Cc:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re:How to install AfterStep 1.0 ?
Message-ID:  <33BCDFD8.100F@ms2.hinet.net>

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Jesse D Troy wrote:
> 
>       Hey man, whats up!  Try installing afterstep from the FreeBSD
> packages collection.  After you've installed FreeBSD put your CD back > in the drive, enter /stand/sysinstall, go to Configure, Packages, > All, and find afterstep.  It will install with no problems that way.
> 
> -Jesse
        
Hi,Jesse:

     I already installed afterstep 1.0 (pr1) release from FreeBSD
CD,but I want upgrade it to afterstep release 1.0,now. So I downbload
afterstep 1.0 from http://www.afterstep.org/ and uncompress to my
harddriver. When I readed the INSTALL file and execute the "Installme"
program want to use automatic install process,but when I finish type
"Installme" and press Enter,I always get "Command not found" message.
    I am really sure the "Installme" file exist in my harddriver and 
I use ee editor to view the "Installme" file it look like msdos batch
file. Do you know what problem here ?

         
     Second question, I use my computer alone. There is no network
adapter in my PC. How should I do to setup the /stand/sysinstall
Network Configuration section. What is the mean of Host,Domain,Gateway,
Namesever,IP Address,Netmask ?
     When I want to establish the user ppp connection to my ISP
what should I do to modify the /etc/host.conf,/etc/hosts.
I try it once,and execute ppp program to establish ppp connection
with ISP but,it don't work :(
    Help !!!




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