Editing the boot menu

Hanspeter Roth hampi at rootshell.be
Wed Jun 8 20:55:00 GMT 2005

  On Jun 08 at 14:17, Paul Schmehl spoke:

> When you use FreeBSD's boot manager, you get a menu like this at bootup:
> F1 DOS
> F2 FreeBSD
> F3 Linux
> F4 ??
> F5 Drive 1
> Default: F2
> Is there a way to edit the list?  Or is that fixed when boot manager is 
> installed and not configurable?
> By edit, I mean, for example, change F4 ?? to F4 MyOS.

This boot selector has no configuration file. It resides within the
512 Byte MBR.
You may change Lables by editing
It's probably easier if you don't touch the length of the label.
After making boot0 copy it to /boot and run boot0cfg.


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