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Re: booting openBSD
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: booting openBSD
- From: Hugo Villeneuve <harpagon_(_at_)_jwales_(_dot_)_EINTR_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2002 13:17:29 -0400
On Sun, Oct 20, 2002 at 07:02:49PM +0000, Dragos Ruiu wrote:
> Boot manager not necessary.
> (whoa... now i type in engrish
> after short exposure here... :-)
> Short answer: BIOS CMOS boot settings.
Well I don't think it's an acceptable long term solution.
It's an ok crutch for testing but not much more.
And it depends what your BIOS supports. I shure can't select drive
from that ATA100 separate controller that I use. And most bios
before 2000 will only have "A,C" "C,A" "CDROM,C,A" like choice. So
millage will vary.
It's right there with the "remove the power connector from Win2000
> On Sun, 20 Oct 2002 13:19:41 -0400
> Hugo Villeneuve <harpagon_(_at_)_jwales_(_dot_)_EINTR_(_dot_)_net> wrote:
> > On Sun, Oct 20, 2002 at 12:58:05PM -0400, Michael Lind wrote:
> > > Hello all,
> > >
> > > I have just installed openBSD on a slave drive. I can't seem to boot it. I
> > > am running win 2000 and have read the booting section, but I don't seem to
> > > have the boot.ini file that they talk about. Any help or hints would be
> > > greatly appreciated.
> > It's hidden unless you go in explorer preferences and check the
> > show hidden/system file whatever option.
> > Anyway, it will not work. You can't use WinNT/2000 boot manager to
> > boot OpenBSD on a second drive. It would work only if OpenBSD were
> > to be on the same drive as the WinNT/2000 boot partition.
> > You need to install a third party boot manager. Like OS-BS which
> > you can find on OpenBSD CDs and ftp utils directory.
> > If you have Linux or FreeBSD also installed on this machine, you
> > can try to use the boot manager they come with.
> > >
> > > Thank you all,
> > >
> > > Mike
> > --
> > Hugo Villeneuve <hugo_(_at_)_EINTR_(_dot_)_net>
> > http://EINTR.net/
> --dr pgpkey: http://dragos.com/dr-dursec.asc
> 0 = 1 , for large values of zero and small values of one.
Hugo Villeneuve <hugo_(_at_)_EINTR_(_dot_)_net>
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