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Old 23rd July 2008
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Default FreeBSD Install CD Dance

I'm new to FreeBSD, but have been using Linux for a while now.
Installing FreeBSD 7.0-RELEASE on an old Pentium II, things went pretty smoothly up until it started installing additional "ports". I then had to go on an extremely frustrating CD Dance between Disk2 and Disk3. Several times I inserted the wrong CD and a few times I had to re-burn the ISO's due to scratching. Is this just an inevitable part of installing FreeBSD via CD's or did I do something very very wrong?
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