Date: Thu, 26 Nov 1998 19:32:27 -0800 (PST) From: "J. Joseph Max Katz"
To: Mohamad Syafii Cc: email@example.com Subject: Re: Dual boot There are some pretty good pointers in INSTALL.i386 on the FTP sites or on your CD. Here's my rundown (I wrote the Linux+Win95 mini-howto in 1994...): 1. Setup your machine appropriately: o Windows on one primary partition o A bunch of free space left on the disk 2. Perform the OpenBSD install. Once you get to "fdisk" in the install program DON'T type "reinit". Instead, just label the free partition as partition type "A6". Proceed with the install as normal. 3. When you reboot, reboot into DOS. Install the "os-bs" utility. This can be found on your CD or on the FTP site under /tools/osbs135.exe. This is a self-extracting archive. It is a pretty hand-holding program, and it will allow you to select which system you want to default boot after a timeout, and let you select the different OSes you want to use. Good Luck. -Jon Jonathan Katz -- firstname.lastname@example.org. -- CEO CPIO Networks -- http://www.cpio.net ---- http://www.openbsd.org -- "You know, Picabo Street is now a doctor. They named the Intensive Care Unit after her. It's now the 'Picabo ICU'"