Dual booting

Karl Denninger karl at denninger.net
Mon Jun 3 10:47:55 UTC 2019

On 6/3/2019 05:32, Karlo Kuna wrote:
> i have recently tried to install freeBSD and linux on the new dell G5. I
> wanted to use UEFI and i failed miserably!
> i was able to that eventually by having two separate efi partitions (one
> for linux one fo freeBSD). So just remember
> if UEFI is something  that you need/want, then going with two efi
> partitions is easiest solution that i could find but
> not elegnat one.
> If someone managed to install linux with freeBSD on single efi partition i
> would be courious about which exact
> method was used
> On Mon, Jun 3, 2019 at 4:29 AM Brian Wood <woodbrian77 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Sun, Jun 2, 2019 at 9:17 PM Brian Wood <woodbrian77 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi.  I have a fairly new Dell Latitude laptop that is dual booted
>>> with Windows 10 and Linux.  I have Linux on another machine
>>> so don't have to keep Linux on the laptop.  I'm thinking I'd like
>>> to replace Linux on the laptop with FreeBSD 12.  Do you have
>>> any advice or links for me?  Thanks.
>>> Forgot something.  My first choice would be to put Trident
>> or HardenedBSD on the laptop.

Here's the procedure I used to put FreeBSD and Windows 10 on my X1
Carbon, EFI boot, both full-disk (including boot) encrypted.


Karl Denninger
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