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On Thu, Feb 19, 2004 at 11:43:47PM -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org said:
> I'd like to multiboot with Windows 2000. I already have windows installed,
> and I can install openbsd from a cdrom. How do I get a selection of what
> operating system to boot up to? I don't have a floppy drive or a cd-rw, so
> I'd prefer not to have to copy any files between operating systems. I will
> install on seperate partitions, but how do I select which one will boot up?
I wrote a HOWTO specifically on multibooting that incorporates the stuff out
of the FAQ along with some additional step-by-step details on both the
Windows and BSD sides. It's aimed at folks who haven't done many OpenBSD
installs before, much less multiboot setups.
Scott Francis | darkuncle(at)darkuncle(dot)net | 0x5537F527
"I gave you the chance of aiding me willingly, but you have elected the way
of pain!" -- Saruman, speaking for sysadmins everywhere
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- From: "Dave Sorg" <email@example.com>