I think the install floppy is a good, valid test of the system EXCEPT
video card, because the install disk does not run X Windows. But in most
the real question is if the motherboard has any incompatabilities, and
install disk should point that out...
Besides, video cards are a known entity, it is really just a matter of
the model number and looking up XFree86 compatability on the net...
Leif Neland wrote:
> At 18 Feb 98 19:25:41 firstname.lastname@example.org (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
> Is it safe to assume that if it can boot on the install-floppy, then it is
> going to work?
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