Trivial Boot Configuration Question
samdavidpikesley at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Oct 15 10:42:24 BST 2002
OK, but what about this: my desktop dual-boots FreeBSD
and Win2K. I want to configure it so that it defaults
to Win2K (at my girlfriend's behest, you understand
;), not whatever-it-last-booted. I tried to configure
it using boot0cfg(8) and managed to hose my partition
table... any clues?
--- Pete French <pete at twisted.org.uk> wrote: > > F1:
> > F2: FreeBSD
> > F5: Drive 0
> > Default: F1
> > Since I can't find any mention of what F1 and F2
> are supposed to be
> F1 - the first partition on that discm F2 - the 2nd.
> If you had all 4
> DOS partition on there then you would see F3 and f4
> as well.
> > booting - well, whatever it is, it doesn't - any
> ideas on how I persuade the
> > machine to use the F5 option as default.
> yes - you just press it :-) it will then store it
> away for next time.
> its a bit odd to be booting off a 2nd drive though -
> I had a set of machines
> setup like this once, but that was due to the hot
> swapp drives being, umm,
> swapped, by accident one day.
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