Will do.   In fact, I'm going to add a pre-built disk image to that page
so you can download it and try it out.  That way, you won't need FreeBSD
to see what it is.

Of course, if you want to make any customizations to it, you'll still need
to work from the source code, which will mean installing FreeBSD.


On Wed, 16 Jul 2003, Buck Calabro wrote:

> >I spent a few hours packaging that tarball up,
> >creating the web page, etc,
>
> Can you leave it up for a little bit longer?  I might be interested, but I am 
> very busy today.  We are officially a Windows shop but that doesn't preclude 
> personal tinkering (to be ahead of the curve.)
>   --buck
>

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