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Re: Any installation guide?
Its a good idea but it doesn't always work out in practice. When I tried
substituting OpenBSD everywhere I saw FreeBSD some of my fellow sys-admins
wigged on me. I had to put the FreeBSDs back. Maybe they'll see the light
On Wed, 8 Sep 1999, Aaron Jackson wrote:
> >I am new to OpenBSD.
> >I gave up 2.5 installation when I realized that
> >it was not clear where the boot manager would be placed.
> >I have small DOS at the very beginning of my hard drive,
> >then 3GB NTFS, would like to have oBSD after all that.
> >NT-Loader starts from the DOS partition.
> >I'll be happy having oBSD booted by this.
> >And, home and swap partitions will be on secondary slave,
> >in Linux terms,
> > /dev/hdd3 /home
> > /dev/hdd4 swap
> >Hope somebody sends me HOWTO.
> I'm not sure I understand your question, but if you want to use the NT
> loader to boot OpenBSD see:
> Of course, substitute "OpenBSD" everwhere you see "FreeBSD".
> Aaron Jackson
City of Tucson, IT Dept.