XP + FreeBSD
Date: Mon, 7 Jun 2004 06:46:20 +1000 To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This has probably been answered before, but I was unable to find
The installation guide (2.5.3) states that
"You now have the option to install a boot manager. In general, you
should choose to install the FreeBSD boot manager if:
*You have more than one drive, and have installed FreeBSD onto a
drive other than the first one.
*You have installed FreeBSD alongside another operating system on
the same disk, and you want to choose whether to start FreeBSD or the
other operating system when you start the compute"
Will installing FreeBSD's boot manager render my exisiting XP
installation inoperable? I have been down this route with Linux in the
past with the result that my NT partition was unusable after Linux
Dr. David Annetts
EM Modelling Analyst
CSIRO DEM Tel: +612 9490 5416
North Ryde Fax: +612 9490 5467
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