FreeBSD with windows XP on a toshiba Laptop
ymilburn at cox.net
Sat Apr 26 12:58:15 PDT 2003
For a standard system, ive always simply installed windows, partitioning as much space as i want windows to use. Then install FreeBSD on a desired slice [partition]. Just make sure to also install the FreeBSD boot manager, and it should automatically see your windows partition, and any other os's you might have installed. then you can just select which one to boot from when you start up.
On Sat, 26 Apr 2003 12:46:53 -0700
1 at bendcable.com wrote:
> I am getting ready to install FreeBSD on my toshiba laptop that has
> windows XP PRo on it already. I would like to have both OS on the
> laptop. Can anyone point me to some documentation on this that will
> make this an easy task?
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