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How to make Win2K and OpenBSD co-exist in one sysmte in separate disk
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: How to make Win2K and OpenBSD co-exist in one sysmte in separate disk
- From: Clarence <c5666305_(_at_)_hkstar_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2001 23:03:35 +0800 (HKT)
I recently install win2k and openbsd-current into two separate disks with
one system. However, i don't know how to make them co-exsit in this
system. The method which I am using to use these os are as followings:-
1. When I want to use OpenBSD, I boot it from a floppy or setup the bios
to make openbsd as booting disk.
I have tried out the methods listed below without any success.
1. use os-bs
It only work for two Systems within a single.
2. Use NT boot loader
# dd if=/dev/rwd0a of=openbsd.pbr bs=512 count=1
Now boot NT and put openbsd.pbr in c:. Add a line like this to the end of
When I select openbsd as the booting system, the result is bad magic.
1. win2k is in disk 1
2. openbsd-current is in disk 2
Can anyone tell me the better method to solve this problem. Thanks.
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