Dual booting Windows 7 and FreeBSD (and possibly GRUB)

AngryWolf angrywolf2009 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 23 13:48:41 UTC 2010

Even if you installed FreeBSD *before* Windows, you can restore the 
FreeBSD boot manager with sysinstall (select the Custom installation 
from the main menu), for example. Or GRUB can also be another way to go, 
of course.


On 2010.02.23. 13:58, Polytropon wrote:
> FreeBSD brings its own boot manager that can be installed.
> As far as I know, it should be installed after the "Windows"
> installation, because it would be overwritten otherwise.
> If you're planning to also use Linux, I think GRUB may
> be a good solution.
> As I am not using multi-boot environments, I can't be
> more precise. But go ahead and try the presented suggestions.

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