I have just installed FBSD-CURRENT on a test box. During install I
unwittingly installed a BootMgr entry for the second HDD (it will
just be a data disk, no need to boot from it).

 If I do 'dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/rad2 count=15' will this "erase" the
BootMgr or will I have to redo Fdisk and etcetera. There is no data
on the disk yet so this would be no hardship, but is there a "proper"
way of doing what I want?


 Just to clarify, upon booting I get:

        F1 FreeBSD
        F5 Drive 1

 but I just want to boot straight into FreeBSD, no "dual-boot".

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