Hi, a dual booting question

Warren Block wblock at wonkity.com
Thu Oct 6 17:03:33 UTC 2016

On Thu, 6 Oct 2016, Olaoluwa Omokanwaiye wrote:

> Thanks Tron, Bertram and Allen for these and all the feedback.
> @Tron my partition scheme is MBR
> @ Bertram I ended up doing something similar to what you said and was successful in dual booting xubuntu and FreeBSD succesfully. Xubuntu came first and then installed FreeBSD 10.3 then I followed this instruction similar to yours from here
> http://abhinav-upadhyay.blogspot.com.ng/2011/05/making-netbsd-dual-boot-with-linux.html?m=1

Some UEFI systems make it easy to define boot entries for partitions, 
then it's easy to just use the start boot selection menu rather than 
make any changes to the disk.

> FreeBSD it's just terminal right now but I also want GUI, wireless network  working and my printer working. How do I go from here?

Start a new thread, so people won't skip over it thinking it's about 
dual booting because that's what the title says.

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