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i decided to start using free BSD.But first i have a few questions: 1 which filesystem types does free BSD use? 2 can i install it withowt bootloader and than ...
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- 08-24-2006 #1
fev questiond about free BSD
1 which filesystem types does free BSD use?
2 can i install it withowt bootloader and than add it on my grub.conf?
3 if so what to write in grub.conf.
thanks in advance
- 08-24-2006 #2
To add BSD to grub.conf you have two choices depending if you have an old or new grub
rootnoverify (hd0,1) chainloader +1 boot
title FreeBSD root (hd0,1,a) kernel /boot/loader boot
I have used this configs for PCBSD but should work with FreeBSD as wellPut your hand in an oven for a minute and it will be like an hour, sit beside a beautiful woman for an hour and it will be like a minute, that is relativity. --Albert Einstein
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- 08-24-2006 #3Originally Posted by jan1024188
- FreeBSD uses UFS2 as the default filesystem.
- Yes you can add it to grub. Your entry would be similar to something like
title FreeBSD root (hd1,0,a) kernel /boot/loader
- 08-24-2006 #4
thank you both
ill try all options you gave me....i cannot lose nothing
- 08-24-2006 #5
one more question
should i make unpartitioned space and than install freeBSD(will it make it own partitions automaticly)
and does it have text installer?
- 08-24-2006 #6
well i dont want problems so....can you install free BSD withowt bootloader(i would make bootdisk only)
- 08-24-2006 #7
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Yes, FreeBSD gives you an option to not install the bootloader, also, during the installation there is a partitioning program
- 08-24-2006 #8
thanks a lot onlinebacon
ill install it when ill get free space
- 08-26-2006 #9
it looks like i have an old bootloader
- 08-27-2006 #10
PC-BSD is based on FreeBSD 6.x, so the code below should work as well,
title PC-BSD root (hd0,4,a) kernel /boot/loader