Booting multiple BSDs.
weaver at riseup.net
Sat Nov 14 01:58:58 UTC 2020
On 14-11-2020 10:48, David Christensen wrote:
> On 2020-11-12 21:42, Weaver wrote:
>> What's the best way of going about this?
>> I've search engined around and all I can find most of the time is
>> multi-booting with Windows, which I ,left behind when XP came out, or
>> rambling non-specifics and vague references.
>> Is installing gptboot the go, then hitting a key to gain interactive
>> mode, then choosing a partition to boot from, or is there something a
>> little more automated available?
>> Thanks for any time and trouble entered into.
>> Harry Weaver
> In workstations/ servers, I install 2.5" SATA trayless racks and have
> a stack of SSD's with one OS each. The only hassle is remembering to
> reset the CMOS clock before and after running a Windows SSD.
> In laptops with one drive, I install VirtualBox and have one VM for each OS.
This will be in a small tower with 4 different drives, each with a
different OS on each one.
I am just wondering if there's a bootable partition on each one, is
there a boot-manager that will pick up each one and give me a choice as
to which one to boot?
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