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Re: windoze98 and OpenBSD... help!



1. is your hardware supported ?
2. 2 gb primary win98, 2 times 2 gb on an extended partition for 
   win98 programs and data; 7 gb pimary openbsd - though 1-2 gb 
   may be sufficient for learning.
3. first win98, second openbsd.
4. there are several free and commercial boot managers.
5. read faq 4, 14, i386 - at least. it's all there.

Alf
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At 01:22 20.07.00 -0400, hello there <hatr_(_at_)_myself_(_dot_)_com> wrote:
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>Hi!
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>how should i arrange my partition table knowing that i want to dual boot
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>windows and openbsd?
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>i got 13gig HD, i want 7gigs for obsd and 6gigs for windows...
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>what should i install first? windows or openbsd?
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>once the OSs will be installed, how am i gonna boot them properly?
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>Thanks a billion!
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>
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