Booting with Grub (correction)
Reed L. O'Brien
reed at intersiege.com
Thu Jul 1 09:13:17 PDT 2004
I shouldlspecify that AFAIK
the first listing is the 'old' way which still works and with multiple *BSD
the second is the 'new' way that works with FBSD and maybe OBSD IIRC.
Reed L. O'Brien wrote:
> in grub.conf
> # if it is default
> default 0
> # how long to wait usually with default
> timeout 5
> title FreeBSD
> #root location first on my disk here
> root (hd0,0,e)
> kernel /boot/loader
> # or if grub already exists and is working for WXP and Linux...
> # I last did it like so
> # FSBD 4.5 with (I think)
> title FBSD 4.5
> rootnoverify (hd0,1) # map w/o linux checks
> makeactive # set
> chainloader +1 #hand off
> Andrew Walrond wrote:
>> I have installed 5.2.1 into a partition and I want to use my existing
>> bootloader, grub.
>> Can anyone tell me what the required grub configuartion line would
>> look like, or point me to an FAQ?
>> Andrew Walrond
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