Subject: Dual booting...
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From: Mason Loring Bliss <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/30/2000 19:27:37
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I just installed the NetBSD i386/1.5_ALPHA2 snapshot on a spare partition
on my laptop, and the boot selector seems not to have done anything.
I can boot from a floppy and say "boot wd0a:netbsd" and it works, but
on booting I don't see anything useful happening. There is one point at
which I see naught but a cursor in the top left position, and it seems
that if I hit "escape" there it'll wait around. Maybe this is a boot
menu that's for some reason not displaying?
FWIW, this is a Compaq Armada.
Can someone point me to documentation for what we're using as a boot
selector? Is this osbs? In any event, is there a way I can play with it
from the NetBSD side?
Thanks in advance!
(I'm setting this up for use at SANS. Any NetBSD folk gonna be there?)
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