At 18 Feb 98 19:25:41 email@example.com (2:234/49.99) wrote to All
regarding Home computer for FreeBSD in area "freebsd-hacker"
s> I've moved to US and now came to the point when I can spend some
s> money for a home computer. Now about the problems. I want an
s> inexpensive (read: no brand names) and customarily configured
s> (read: no brand names) computer that will surely
s> run under FreeBSD. In Russia I solved it in a simple way: I had
s> friends selling computers so I was able to try the computer
s> with FreeBSD before buying. Can anyone suggest some way of doing
s> the same here ? May be, like buying, trying, then returning back
s> if it does not work ?
Is it safe to assume that if it can boot on the install-floppy, then it is
going to work?
|Fidonet: Leif Neland 2:234/49
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