Installing a new system....
killing at multiplay.co.uk
Wed May 5 09:07:05 PDT 2004
Just doing exactly that. Order so far:
XP i386, XP 64 (beta), Linux i386, Linux 64
Still to do FreeBSD. You must do XP i386 first as the boot
loader for XP 64 is more up to date.
Linux i386 need ACPI disabled here MS-9245 series
machine dual 246 with 4GB.
Not having much luck with FreeBSD at as I cant get a
release to compile looks like the docs package / generation
Was building with:
make release \
make release \
i.e. with all ports. Previous failed on jade and then on
numberous others moaning about libtool and various other
Planning to just add FreeBSD to the grub boot menu.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Willem Jan Withagen" <wjw at withagen.nl>
To: <freebsd-amd64 at freebsd.org>
Cc: <freebsd-questions at freebsd.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 2004 4:50 PM
Subject: Installing a new system....
> When thing go as planned I'm getting my dual opteron system this week.
> So it is time to start planning....
> What I'm wanting to dump on it:
> FBSD AMD64
> FBSD i386
> Win2K i386
> Win2k x86_???? Beta
> (note it has a 200Gb disk)
> Now the question is:
> what is the order that'll get me a running for each of these
> I usually end up with win2k not working, or FSBD not finding all
> of it slices.....
> What bootmanager should I use.
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