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    boot BSD

    Anybody knows how to boot BSD iside VMware, this is what I got:

    FreeBSD/i386 boot
    Default:0:ad{0,a) kernel

    thanks advance

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    Linux Guru bryansmith's Avatar
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    Did you create your virtual machine as a FreeBSD machine?

    I have run FBSD successfully before with no problems (VMWare Server).

    Do you have enough virtual memory? You should use at least 192MB (the recommended amount). Did the install go fine or are you trying to install it?

    Looking for a distro? Look here.
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    Reply Bryan

    I got FreeBSD runing, but the mouse is slower inside vmware, I think It;s normal;
    last question, I want to run solars 10 in VMware , I do not have disc, I download disc 1, 2 3 4 from sun, when I put it to download it in VM,
    VM does not recognize it because it's zipped how can I unzip them , my VM is in XP, THANKS FOR ADVANCE

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