Release 2.2.1? [was: Re: How to configure DragonFly?]
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Colin Adams schrieb:
> So I found the thread in question (I think). the advice was to to
> ALT-Fn too look for a X server that is working. But I just find plain
> I tried both before and after logging in to installer.
Colin, I don't think you need the installer for configuring your system.
All of it can be done conveniently from the running system, most of it
in /etc/rc.conf (see M.Neumann's mail e.g.).
The installer is not quite ready to be run from a running system nicely.
I will work on this in some time. It's just not quite there yet.
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