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 Same problem!!
Author: Trevor 
Date:   16-11-04 19:37

Hey I had the same problem as you did with the install! It was trying to install to a RAM drive or something like that...it was really weird, but I forget how I got around it. I wish someone knew what was up with that



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 Re: Same problem!!
Author: Trevor 
Date:   16-11-04 19:38

'er....that regards this article here. Any ideas?

http://www.freebsddiary.org/antec.php

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 Re: Same problem!!
Author: Dan 
Date:   16-11-04 23:18

I don't remember.

Try making sure your partitions are correct. Try again.

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 Re: Same problem!!
Author: Trevor 
Date:   17-11-04 17:17

oh, I remember now...I was trying to install from the floppy disks. Everything went fine, I had it auto-create the partitions, yet...I had no luck actually getting it to install. Since I'm noob at unix as a whole, I had no clue what I was doing, but I didn't recognize the md0 at the time. I later found out that it was a reference to a RAM drive, and it kept saying that it was out of disk space, and exiting the installer. I was like....wtf, this is an 18 GB drive, and I haven't specified some odd installation path, so of course there's plenty of room. Well...once I downloaded the mini install CD, it loaded just fine....go figure

-Trev

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