Subject: Re: CVS commit: htdocs
To: Heiko W.Rupp <>
From: Space Case <>
List: www-changes
Date: 06/19/2001 19:53:49
On Jun 20,  1:44am, <> wrote:
>On Thu, 7 Jun 2001, Heiko W.Rupp wrote:
>> Note that OSBS funcionality is limited in case of large disks.
>> XXX Should perhaps be rewritten in a way that only the NetBSD bootmenu
>> should be used.
>Maybe mention grub. It's the only hoe if your netbsd root partition
>doesn't start on a cylinder boundary (or something... nothing else can
>boot my systemn :/)

If mention is made of grub, it should also be noted that grub users will
want to put COMPAT_OLDBOOT into their kernel to make it easier to boot
with grub (grub doesn't grok the new boot style).  FWIW, I use grub to
boot four OSes (Win2K, Linux, NetBSD, Solaris) off a single disk...


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