I did that. The bootloader comes up but it gives this error...

FreeBSD/i386 boot
Default: 0:da(0,a)F1
boot:

It does show the two slices that I created

F1 FreeBSD
F2 FreeBSD

The root is on F2, F1 is the FreeBSD Swap.

I hope that,

Thanks,

Chuck Payne

-----Original Message-----
From: Daxbert [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Monday, February 10, 2003 4:10 PM
To: Chuck Payne; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: FreeBSD Loader


> I am trying to install FreeBSD 5.0, but everytime I install it and reboot
> the FreeBSD bootloader won't boot FreeBSD, is there a trick that I need to
> know to get this working? What do I need to read or do?
>
>
> Chuck Payne

I've had this problem occur when I forget to
set the partition as bootable/active during
the "fdisk" portion of the install.


You need to mark the partition as
bootable (aka active) as well as
install a bootloader to the MBR

--daxbert







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