Re: Configuration of Grub?
- From: RW <fbsd06@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 10 Dec 2006 13:14:01 +0000
On Saturday 09 December 2006 22:19, David Stanford wrote:
Right now Linux can not read the FreeBSD disk. Does FreeBSD have its own
Yes, by default FreeBSD uses UFS2. There is almost certainly a third party
app out there that will allow you to read UFS2 from Linux if this is what
you want to do at some point. You can also check 'man mount' under SUSE to
see if there is built-in support for mounting UFS2 filesystems (though this
is probably a long shot).
Ans if it has its own filesystem how can grub read the /boot/loader in
SUSE may not be able to read it, but remember that Grub is independent (so
to speak) from Linux and has support for booting *BSD OS's.
I'm curious as to why people care about UFS support, since chainloading works
just fine without filesystem support.
Is there a good reason for prefering "kernel /boot/loader" over chainloading
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