Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 23rd Oct 2005 10:22 UTC
PC-BSD "PC-BSD 0.8.3 was released today. This version offers some new visuals, new languages, as well as important bugfixes with systems that have had trouble booting after the install. The complete changelog is available here. Users running 0.8.2 may update to this version using the Online Update utility within the PC-BSD Config menu." Download here, release notes here.
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Another go...
by on Sun 23rd Oct 2005 10:56 UTC

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I have tried several times to get a working PC-BSD system up and running.. and for whatever reason I have never been able to. But, with what this 'distro' has to offer, I am not that discouraged. *Downloads* Well done to the development team - and I look forward to the fruits of their labour.

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RE: Another go...
by Andrew Youll on Sun 23rd Oct 2005 11:09 in reply to "Another go..."
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Hi , I was heavily involved with PC-BSD I wrote the PBI creation How-to's and such, I then replaced my aging Nix box with a new Athlon64, and I had problems too, me and Kris Moore (PC-BSD Creator) have spent months trying to figure out the problem, turns out the problems i had was to do with FDISK geometry problems, but in 0.8.3 those problems have been rectified.

so hopefully it works for you too.

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RE[2]: Another go...
by on Sun 23rd Oct 2005 13:48 in reply to "RE: Another go..."
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I think this is a freebsd issue. You can almost always have it boot if you fdisk after installation and flag *only* the right partition "Active".

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