Subject: Re: DOS IDE disk & DOS/NetBSD SCSI disk - how to boot NetBSD?
To: None <, port-i386@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Curt Sampson <>
List: port-i386
Date: 05/02/1995 21:44:38
> If you have an IDE drive that DOS uses for C: and a SCSI drive, how do you
> boot NetBSD?

I would think the simplist solution to this would be to put your root
partition (which should be about 14-16 MB) on the IDE drive, in a NetBSD
partition, and then put /usr, /var, etc. on the SCSI drive and have them
mounted by /etc/fstab when you boot.

Curt Sampson
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