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ok, heres the situation: I have just installed FreeBSD on my HD with a few linux distros on different partitions. I have installed from miniinst , and I therefore don't ...
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    New Freebsd


    ok, heres the situation:

    I have just installed FreeBSD on my HD with a few linux distros on different partitions. I have installed from miniinst , and I therefore don't have any gui. I hav a USR wireless acx111 chipset card so I want to try and install the dirver from http://wlan.kewl.org/modules/mantis/main_page.php to get on the net. I have the driver on a cd so how do I get to this and install. I am a neewb in both linux and freebsd. After doing that, how do I install gui and basic programs, still in text mode. If the wireless isn't possible, i can send a network cable from network hub to the machine. What do I have to do to set this up?

    Cheers, Alan

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    Well.. have you looked at the FreeBSD Handbook? You have almost everything you will ever need there.

    FreeBSD Handbook
    serzsite.com.ar
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    Code:
    cd to /usr/ports
    Thats the package managment system for *BSD. It compiles programs from source code and installs and configures them for you.

    Code:
    cd x11
    xorg is located in one of the x11 directories, cd to it's folder and

    Code:
    make install
    thats it!!

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