On Wed, Nov 29, 2000 at 08:06:14AM +0100, News User wrote:
> I'm building news machines with two partitions for OSen, to allow
> me to boot into my choice, where my choice has been FreeBSD-STABLE
> or FreeBSD-CURRENT to see how the two compare, and if there are any
> significant improvements in -CURRENT.
> I know, ``don't do that'' but hey...
Except for stupidity in libdisk(I believe) and thus sysinstall, there is
no, none, zero reason why one cannot have two installations of FreeBSD in
two different slices on the same disk.
-- David ([EMAIL PROTECTED])
GNU is Not Unix / Linux Is Not UniX
Disclaimer: Not speaking for FreeBSD, just expressing my own opinion.
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