Bob Schwartz wrote:
>  
> 
>>> That's a safe bet, from the standpoint of the Windows installations, but
> it can cause grief if you try to plug everything back in.  I've had problems
> with the BIOS moving drives around, then FreeBSD can't figure out which
> drive it should be mounting off.  I'm not saying it's a bad idea, all I'm
> saying is that it might not produce a long-term usable installation.<<
> 
> That was my intuitive sense too, hence, my question.
> 
A possible approach would be, download and run Freesbie (runs from CD)
and get happy with what Freebsd names your various disks before you see
about installing. once you are happy then think about doing a hard disk
install.

> Thanks for confirming it.
> 
> Bob Schwartz
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