> On Tue, 13 Feb 2007 20:44:03 -0500 (EST)
> "Questions" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> However, when I try FreeBSD/amd64, grub won't compile (it's
>> architecture is forced to i386 only in the Makefile. I haven't dug
>> into why, but I'm confident there is a reason. Obviously, grub
>> becomes a non-option. Gag has the same limitation of being i386 only.
> I'm not sure why gag is i386 only, all it does is install a binary
> floppy disk ISO. You can also install it from many Linux live CDs. Once
> it's installed it's independent of the original installation medium.
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To help anyone out who is also attempting to dualboot FreeBSD/amd64 and
Vista: here is what I did.
Install Vista first. Use the disk manager to create a partition (or
resize the partition) to make room for FreeBSD.
reboot, and install FreeBSD, installing a standard MBR (the machine will
reboot directly into FreeBSD)
After back into a fresh FreeBSD, do:
sysinstall > Configure > Distributions > lib32 (this installs 32bit
(yes, the i386 package)
It will now work in compatibility mode, and you can use it same as you
can with a native FreeBSD/i386.
Hope it helps someone!
- Jeff Palmer
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