On Sun, Jun 03, 2007 at 11:19:39PM +0300, Manolis Kiagias wrote:
> You can use the grub bootloader to load freebsd (assuming that nothing
> is damaged in the freebsd slice itself, and I believe it is intact in
> your case)
> It's been some time since I've done this myself (I am no longer dual
> booting FreeBSD on this machine), but I'll try to be as accurate as
> possible.
> Start your system, when it gets to the grub loader press "c" to get to
> the grub command line.
> Do you know what your freebsd slice is? Even if you don't, you can get
> this info from fdisk -l from debian. Or you could try searching in the
> command line.
> Type something like:
> root (hd0,2,a)

GRUB doesn't recognize the partition type for some reason.  There's
pretty clearly something wrong with the partition, I think.

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