> <wishlist>
> Not sure if this is a silly question or not, but could the kernel somehow
> view a specific dir on a ext2fs disk as the freebsd root and boot a
> freebsd system from it?  Also being able to access the stuff below the

I think there's a more general need to have a loader variable which
you can set for "chrootdir", that being the subdirectory of the rootfs
which becomes "/".  Such a feature would be good for a lot more than
just hosting a FreeBSD system inside your existing Red Hat
installation. :)  Booting multiple versions of FreeBSD without having
to play partition games comes to mind..

- Jordan

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