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Date:      Mon, 15 Oct 2012 16:47:07 +0200
From:      Jos Chrispijn <>
To:        Polytropon <>
Cc:        Mike Clarke <>,
Subject:   Re: FreeBSD9 - Fresh install (2)
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> Per definition, you can only mark one slice bootable. If you manage to 
> mark more than one slice bootable, the start loader (from BIOS) will 
> boot into the first one it finds, and that will possibly be the one of 
> the 1st slice. 
I know, but I was referring to the update installation of a new BSD 
version; if I have installed it on the empty slice, I only have to make 
that slice bootable (and removing that function from the original one).
Does that make sense (still in Windows mode here J-) ?

Jos Chrispijn

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