On Tue, 7 Nov 2006, Bob Schwartz wrote:

> ... at least as it is desribed in the DELL
> docs and bios...

Be really careful. The windows boot loader should be able to boot a 
freebsd install for you. Dell usually ship their machines with a small 
partition at the front of the drive (at least, they did last time I 
received one). That partition is at an odd offset and didn't agree with 
the FBSD partition editor: I found this out the hard way. Things may 
have changed since then; I usually nuke the dell partition anyway.


PS. I should say that my bad experience with the partition editor is a 
few years old; I've not tried again recently with new Dell kit.

jan grant, ISYS, University of Bristol. http://www.bris.ac.uk/
Tel +44 (0)117 3317661   http://ioctl.org/jan/
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