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Date:      Fri, 16 Aug 2002 10:52:44 -0400
From:      "Charles Swiger" <cswiger@mac.com>
To:        <freebsd-stable@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   Re: FreeBSD 4.6 rl0 and xl0 watchdog timeout problems (and solution)
Message-ID:  <000001c2453e$42dd1830$0301a8c0@prime>
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From: "Jim Frost" <jimf@frostbytes.com>
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> Ahh, that's exactly what I was looking for.  Thanks!

You're welcome; pas de rien.

> I don't really think that putting the canned configurations in "custom"
> is the right thing to do (to me that's the opposite of "custom"),
> but at least it's there.

You may have a point there.  :-)

If the software is well-written, "default" asks you questions that anyone
needs to think about, and "custom" asks questions that reflect the
developer's expectations but not their preferences.  Anyway, I've been a
sysadmin long enough to know that the difference between the "default" and
the "custom" install is always worth comparing.

-Chuck

PS: I think the local jargon translates the above to "/stand/sysinstall
should follow the principle of least surprise".



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