freebsd along with debian
goksin.akdeniz at gmail.com
Fri Aug 6 08:26:14 UTC 2010
> As far as I can read from the installation manual, FreeBsd's
> partitioning scheme is different than linux, this is the 1st
> difference I know for now. I would appreciate if you could direct me
> to web pages(if any) where these differences are pointed out.
Consult the HANDBOOK
Crashcourse for dual boot with debian:
1-Intsall FreeBSD and spare some disc space for Debian testing
2-Intall FreeBSD bootmanager.
3-Install Debian as "single swap and /" .
4-Install GRUB on the first sector of Debian partition.
5-Reboot pc and loginto FreeBSD
6-FreeBSD boot manager will handle the etries for Debian. But check it
out with boot0cfg
7-Reboot pc. You are promted to select FreeBSD and Linux to boot.
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