> My preference goes to "Smart Boot Manager" http://btmgr.sourceforge.net/
> No need for any partition, just install the full app into MBR. If something goes
> wrong, boot from floppy and re-install.

It doesn't fit into the MBR; the MBR is only 512 bytes.  The standard
FreeBSD boot manager fits into the MBR, but I don't know of any others
that do.  The "Smart Boot Manager" puts most of itself in the first
track of the drive, which is normally reserved and unused.
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