On Wed November 19 2008, Jeremy Chadwick wrote:
> I think boot0cfg is the tool you'll want to use for this. I've never
> been in this situation, so I don't have a command to give you. You can
> use boot0cfg -v <disk> (e.g. boot0cfg -v ad0) to get information about
> the boot0 configuration.
nice, except boot0cfg -v ad1 doesn't recognize ad1's current partitioning
scheme.. I'll have to go back into gparted to see what slice my other OS is
booted from. At least this points me in the right direction,
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