On Sunday,  9 March 2003 at  2:55:43 -0500, Jorge Mario G. wrote:
> Hi
> I have FreeBSD installed in a 2G HD (swap, /, /var, /usr)
> Also I have 3 Hard Drives (/misc1 /misc2 /misc3)

Those are presumably file systems.

> now I would like to build a concadenated volume with those 3
> harddrives to make it like a 1 single drive

You need to understand the difference between a disk partition and a
file system.

> my question is do I need a basic FreeBSD installed on those hard
> dirves for that kind of configuration??

If you already have an installation on other partitions, that's

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