|Well, the DHCP install instructions
do say that DHCP is not straighforward to install. And it isn't. But I did the
following and used CD #3 of FreeBSD 2.2.7.
Please note, that the following instructions contain extra
steps. See Building a port - background info on make
for more concise information.
# mount -t cd9660 /dev/wcd0c /cdrom
# mkdir /usr/ports
# cd /usr/ports
# ln -s /cdrom/ports/distfiles distfiles
# cd /usr/ports/net/isc-dhcp2
# make install
After all of that, it took me a while to figure out where the results were. I
knew the stuff had been built, but where was it? [see
below for more information about this search]. I found out by doing the
find dhclient . | grep dhclient
Which showed that what I wanted was to be found in:
After going to that directory, I issued the dhclient ed0 command. And
surprise surprise surprise! It worked.
NOTE: You might also want to use the locate command.