> Is it possible to dual boot FreeBSD 4.9 and 5.2.1 on one system, each
> using a different / partition, but sharing the same /usr partition for
> example? I'd really like to try out some of the features of 5.x, but be
> able to easily go back to 4.9 if I find it too unstable.
I don't think you could really "share" a /usr partition between
the two systems. There are too many differences. Anyway, you
could not install binaries for one and expect them to run in the
> I sense much NT in you.
> NT leads to Bluescreen.
> Bluescreen leads to downtime.
> Downtime leads to suffering.
> NT is the path to the darkside.
> Powerful Unix is.
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