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Re: Multiboot a NetBSD kernel with Grub2: it works
Am 2011-09-13 16:38, schrieb Andy Ruhl:
> On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 6:00 AM, Emmanuel Kasper
> <emmanuel%libera.cc@localhost> wrote:
>> * grub2 does not need to know about labels, it needs the MS DOS
>> NetBSD partition and seems to be fine with that.
> What exactly does this (what you wrote above) mean?
> Is it really finding the netbsd kernel here, and then booting it?:
> set root=(hd0,msdos1)
> This is good news I guess. Sorry, I'm not hugely experienced with grub
> or grub2, but it seems like I need to try to learn it again.
yes I it is really finding the NetBSD kernel
I would not recommand booting the NetBSD kernel with GRUB2 as a standard
setup as I could not make it work with extra paramaters ( like -s for
single user mode )
However as I said before, it is a nice alternative if you want to
install NetBSD from a GNU/Linux system without using install media
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