Subject: Re: New PC, load 3 OS?
To: Space Case <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Brian Gregor <email@example.com>
Date: 11/19/2000 09:58:24
I'd suggest getting System Commander, from
I'm using it right now, and it works very well. I think it needs
Win98 to install on, but a little 500 meg partition for Win98 and
you're all set.
Next week I'll be setting up my PC to boot like this:
(6.8 gig disk): 500 meg win 98 to host System Commander
~300 meg for NetBSD swap & /
rest for win2k
(4.3 gig disk): Linux/Hurd/Solaris/Whatever
(9.1 gig SCSI): the rest of NetBSD
On Sat, 18 Nov 2000, Space Case wrote:
> I have a new PC at work, with a blank 20GB hard disk. I want to make it
> a triple-boot system, with Win2K, Linux and NetBSD. Any suggestions or
> tips, as far as partitioning, load order, and gotchas would be appreciated.