Install Failure [SOLVED]
I downloaded the 9.0 32-bit DVD, and tried to install on this system --
Gateway GT5228 (AMD 64x2) with 2G ram, 250G drive, and Acer P205H LCD monitor (attached to the system box via standard blue VGA plug).
From the initial boot screen, the default boot option fails. It gives me a blue box that migrates around the screen with the error message "Input Not Supported".
My guess is that this is an XORG failure with my monitor, so I tried "X with VESA" as my boot option. It succeeds.
Proceeding with VESA, I selected KDE from the GUI choice menu. KDE looks fine. When I selected the installer, the DVD whirled, then nothing happened. It appears the process died.
I rebooted, and also proceeding with VESA, this time I tried LXDE from the GUI choice menu. Again the initial interface looks fine. When I double-click on the "Install PC-BSD" icon, I get the error message--
Failed to Change to Directory " (No such file or directory).
Any suggestions or advice?
Oops, wanted to add one other thing. I see only WEP encryption options on the Network Administration Panel, but I use WPA or WPA2. How does PC-BSD support WPA/WPA2?
Last edited by benali72; 07-10-2012 at 06:49 PM.
Reason: to mark as SOLVED