Dear FreeBSD enthusiast, In the list included on the original message, I forgot to mention the shareware version of OS-BS boot manager program. Thanks for your assistance. Yours truly, Lee Shackelford ----- Forwarded by Lee Shackelford/HQ/Caltrans/CAGov on 01/14/2004 08:42 AM ----- Lee Shackelford To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] cc: 01/14/2004 Subject: choice of boot manager 08:39 AM
Good morning, FreeBSD enthusiasts. I am planning a multiple operating system installation on a Compaq Proliant 5000. The purpose of the installation is hobbyist and instructional. The computer does not provide network management services. The proposed operating systems are Windows 95, FreeBSD, and Windows 2000 Server. A fourth operating system may be added at a later date. Have you had any experience with any of the following boot manager programs that may suggest their relative applicability to this project? The boot manager programs I am considering include the following: LILO, GRUB, MATT, NTLDR/BOOT.INI, RANISH, and the boot loader that comes with FreeBSD, the name of which I do not know. Any information about positive or negative experiences with any of these programs in a multiple operating system configuration would be appreciated. Your truly, Lee Shackelford L e e underscore S h a c k e l f o r d at d o t dot c a dot g o v _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"