How to boot FreeBSD from a slave IDE disk
raincip at yahoo.com
Sun Nov 28 11:00:47 PST 2004
Thanks, Joshua. This appears to be the easiest way to add multiple OSs. I installed gag and added another Linux OS parition in no time. Great tool!
Joshua Lokken <joshua.lokken at gmail.com> wrote:
On Thu, 25 Nov 2004 20:26:38 -0800 (PST), rain cip wrote:
> I hope I can get some help from this list to figure out how to boot FreeBSD from a slave drive. My PC has two disks. The sysinstall sees both: ad0 and ad3. My hardware configuration is such:
> ad0 -- primary IDE, master (all for Win2k)
> ad3 -- secondary IDE, slave (all for FreeBSD 5.3)
> I know I must have done something wrong. But what did I do wrong?
I'm not sure. I know that I use a tool called GAG to boot mutliple
OSes from assorted locations, and it has always worked very well for
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