I have made the decision to move from Linux to FreeBSD as the OS for our web server and desktops because I am more comfortable with the FreeBSD philosopy.
I have a small network in my office that consisted of several Linux boxes and one computer with Windows on hd0 and Linux on hd1. The install on the straight Linux boxes has gone without a hitch. The Windows/Linux Box is another story. During the install, it tells me that since I am installion FreeBSD on hd1, that I will have a chance to install the bootloader to hd0 at a later time. I have installed the OS twice and on both occasions I am never given an opportunity to install the boot loader. The OS will install without a problem, but when I reboot the machine, it hangs with GRUB being the last thing displayed on the moniter. What have I missed? Lance Earl DallyPost, Inc. 208-548-2721 _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"