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Tue May 10 12:10:59 UTC 2011
On Tue, May 10, 2011 at 2:44 AM, Roelof Wobben <r.wobben at home.nl> wrote:
> Nobody who can help me.
> Op 9-5-2011 9:03, Roelof Wobben schreef:
>> I have two disks, one of 80G with Win7, and one of 60G with at this moment
>> Opensuse and Minix.
>> Now I want to switch from Opensuse to FreeBSD.
>> On the first disk Opensuse there is grub installed .
>> What is the best way to tell the installer what bootloader I need, so all
>> three will start?
It is difficult setup and windows 7 will complicated things. There
are several ways to do it, but it is hard. Thus many my shy away from
Here's a section of handbook on bootloader
Problem(s) with triple booting examples
Hope this will help in some way, but in case you install three OSes
and only able to access 2, try to use a Plop/GaG/grub4dos live disk to
be able to boot the other OS and try to experiment a bit. I am not
expert so you may decide to *not trust* my advice. I had difficult
time booting FreeBSD and windows vista and could not succeed in an
efficient manner :(
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