Hello, I've got a 40 GBytes hard disk on an old Pentium MMX 266 MHz. The first time I plugged it into the motherboard my BIOS didn't recognize the drive, but fortunately there is a jumper that reduces the size of the disk to 32 GBytes, and that's enough for my BIOS at this moment.
So I've got something like this: 10 GBytes for Windows 2000 10 GBytes for Linux 10 GBytes for FreeBSD-5.2 The big problem is that the FreeBSD boot manager that I've got installed on my MBR is only able to boot the Windows partition. So, for booting Linux I've got a 1.44 booting disk. How can I do the same for booting the FreeBSD-5.2 partition ? Do I have other posibilities ? Any help will be kindly appreciated, but not tell me "buy another hard disk...buy another puter.....". I love my puter, ok ? (^--^) PD: Reply directly to me because I'm not subscribed to the list Thanks! _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"