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Re: How would you fabricate a "rescue disk"?
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: How would you fabricate a "rescue disk"?
- From: josh <dorqus_(_at_)_bsdfreek_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2000 17:35:24 -0500
Bob Washburne wrote...
> The man pages should explain what this all does. Bottom line is that I
> insert this floppy into the drive, turn the machine on and it boots to
> OpenBSD on the second hard drive. Without the floppy in the drive it
> boots to Windoze on the first hard drive.
You could just install a boot manager instead, no need for a floppy.
I use GAG, works great, has a nice little gui, and even a *BSD icon :)
I use it on my laptop and on one of my desktops at home.
OpenBSD isn't for newbies, or users for that matter, only developers. ;-)
- Greg Thomas
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