> Let's start with the hardware... My experience with my own installation is
> on a Pentium 90 with a 2 Gb drive and 40 mb of memory. This is about the
> least I have seen FreeBSD run successfully with.
I beg to differ. I am happily running a FreeBSD 4.2-STABLE natd/ipfw
gateway on a 486DX2/66 with 16MB of RAM and an 800MB hard drive. That CPU
is more than enough for natd and ipfw to contend with, I only get about 4%
average usage on those processes. 16MB of RAM is the least I could
comfortably run a console-only FreeBSD with, 8MB apparently is not enough
anymore for most purposes (at least to install 4.2).
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