dylan at ocnetworking.com
Sat Mar 29 10:24:25 PDT 2014
Just wanted to say John, this is awesome of you to spend so much time
On Sat, Mar 29, 2014 at 9:22 AM, John Marino <dragonflybsd at marino.st> wrote:
> On 3/29/2014 17:17, Ludo Beckers wrote:
> > I completely understand your point and agree.
> > To my 'defense' (wrong word really, because I don't feel like your
> > comment was meant in a bad way at all) I can say that I simply expected
> > a dragonfly.iso working out of the box on a virtual machine.
> It will, if you complete the installation. You obviously either missed
> a step or you didn't have the VM set up correctly.
> > My intention was of course to take a look at a DragonFly desktop and see
> > if I like it.
> > Having to know stuff about networks, DHCP and such is beyond my
> > pc-knowledge.
> > I would of course be willing to learn stuff by myself, from the
> > documentation, once I decided DFly is for me.
> Well, it's still unix. There is a basic set of skills that are needed.
> It's a basic chicken-egg problem. How do you get those skills if you
> need them to boot the OS?
> Generally there are intro books for that sort of thing, but obviously
> not for dragonfly. A lot of a FreeBSD book would be applicable but not
> > Tuesday I'm expecting a visit from a friend to help out with some
> > hardware issues - he has used DragonFly before, so if he can spare the
> > time I'll ask him to help out.
> > Thanks again everybody for being so helpfull and especially patient :-)
> No worries.
> The expression "God helps those who help themselves." is very applicable
> here. :)
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