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Re: grub compilation problems on OpenBSD 3.1
On Tue, Jun 04, 2002 at 10:22:14PM -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org said:
> I would like to use grub to multiboot my laptop.
> (W98+OBSD3.1) on a sony VAIO. In trying to build grub0.91
> & 0.92 I have the same issue: I get stuck at:
> IS there an alternate boot loader which will work for
> OpenBSD + windows + , potentially linux? At this point I
> may want to test out some things in linux because of
> support related issues, so I need the possibility of
> triple booting once in a while. I know grub works for all
> 3 because I used grub installed from linux in the MBR when
> I had linux on as well.
I dualboot OpenBSD-3.1 and WinME that shipped with my VAIO PCG-SR17 using
OS-BS. Been doing so since 2.8 or 2.9. I keep meaning to put up a page on how
I got it all running (no built-in floppy, CD or NIC on this laptop; USB
and PCMCIA DVD-ROM/Cardbus NIC were all I had to work with) but I haven't got
there yet. My submissions to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
containing the dmesg/XF86Config-4 have apparently not been noticed yet.
Scott Francis darkuncle@ [home:] d a r k u n c l e . n e t
Systems/Network Manager sfrancis@ [work:] t o n o s . c o m
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