> -----Original Message-----
> From: Frederick [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: Monday, October 11, 2004 12:34 PM
> To: FreeBSD-questions
> Subject: How to make the boot menu just like I want?
> Dear FreeBSD Team:
> This is Frederick. Is there any table to list the partition
> number(subtype) or sysid?
> I have two hard disks. The first one install windows, and the
> second one install freebsd.
> I first install windows, then install freebsd. I use boot
> manager to manage my boot.
> The menu shows:
> F1: DOS
> F5: Drive 1
> I want the menu to show like:
> F1: Windows
> F5 Drive 1
The FreeBSD bootloader doesn't have this capability as
far as I am aware of. Your best best is to use the Windows
boot loader, install grub, lilo or some other boot manager that
has user configurable options for just this thing.
> I did something. I changed the subtype in the fdisk, 6, 7,
> 12, 13, 14...
> but I can't make my menu just like I want.
> So please help me to find the partition number(subtype), or
> tell me how to do that
> to make the change.
> Please reply me to the following mail address:
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Thanks for your help!
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