I've been looking for a boot loader to dual boot Win9* and OpenBSD, as so
far, I have only been able to use the boot disk to boot OpenBSD,
(fortunately it's uptimes are great, so it's needed very rarely - but it's
still annoying when I have to do it). OpenBSD comes supplied with a boot
loader, but it doesnt like the fact that OBSD is on a second drive, so it
pukes. So, could anyone recommend one?
On Mon, 10 Jan 2000, Christian J van den Bosch wrote:
> The other alternative is not to use lilo at all, but copy your kernel to
> your windows partition, set up a boot menu in your autoexec.bat and use
> loadlin. It's kludgy, but has worked for me in the past.
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