Subject: Re: NetBSD DOSEMU -- questions from a prospective NetBSD user
To: Markus Illenseer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Paul Hollow (3Y0) <email@example.com>
Date: 06/21/1996 15:49:37
> > - How easy is it to install NetBSD?
I found it very easy to install and get the basic installation kernel up and
running (i386 version, that is...)
> > - Where can I get a NetBSD CD-ROM?
> It seems that outside Germany my CD-ROM is rather unknown. Only Australia
> purchased more than expected yet :-) Therefore a pointer:
> This CD-ROM is dedicated to NetBSD-Amiga, therefor interesting for every
> m68k-platform, but of course holds the entire NetBSD distribution version
> 1.1 for all platforms including i386. And the CD's cheaper than BSDisc :-)
I bought that CD from 17-Bit Software over here in England, and it's brilliant,
well done to all those involved with it.. :-)
The CD is mainly orientated towards the Amiga and i386 versions of NetBSD, but
a whole host of other platforms are also included on the CD. Well worth
getting, and brilliantly put together. Also includes XFree-86, which saved me
alot of hassles in setting it up.
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