On Fri, 28 Nov 2008 11:19:13 +0100 (CET), Wojciech Puchar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
> sorry but while i use FreeBSD for a long time i need dual boot for the
> first time.
> i already have installed DOS in dospartition 1 (/dev/ad0s1) and FreeBSD
> on dospartition 2 slice a (/dev/ad0s2a)
> i can boot both but i need to use fdisk to change active partition every
> time i want to boot another system.
> how to install some kind of boot menu if possible (i think it is)

Boot FreeBSD and then run:

    boot0cfg -v -B ad0

This should install the `boot0' boot block of FreeBSD, which presents a
simple menu like:

    F1 DOS
    F2 FreeBSD

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