Remove FreeBSD Boot Manager
jerrymc at msu.edu
Sun Jul 12 02:12:14 UTC 2009
On Sat, Jul 11, 2009 at 05:26:09PM -0400, Daniel Underwood wrote:
-> When I installed, I created a FreeBSD slice occupying my entire HD. I
-> then created partitions occupying, together, my entire HD. In other
-> words, I never intend to install another OS. I should have chosen
-> *not* to install a boot manager, but I did.
The boot manager doesn't hurt anything just being there. It takes up
only a sector that will not be used by anything else.
-> Is there anyway now to remove the boot manager, or at least set it to
-> automatically select an entry ("F1: FreeBSD" being the only entry)?
It does that automatically. It will always default to the last one
that you selected. So, it you have booted once and selected F1:FreeBSD
then that will automatically selected the next time unless you change it.
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