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Date:      Tue, 18 Apr 1995 14:35:46 -0400 (EDT)
From:      bynum@NU.CS.FSU.EDU (Mark J. Bynum)
To: (Network Coordinator)
Cc:        bynum@NU.CS.FSU.EDU,, u509264@csi.UOttawa.CA,
Subject:   Re: Remove the BSD MBR
Message-ID:  <>
In-Reply-To: <> from "Network Coordinator" at Apr 18, 95 01:52:53 pm

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> > fdisk 2 /mbr
> > 
> > It just writes the MBR to the first disk which is not what I want it to do.
> > 
> To my knowledge, the only MBR that actually matters is the one that is on 
> logical drive 0. Period. 
Well on my system I have to go through a two-stage boot with the boot manager:
1) boot to disk two and 2) to boot FreeBSD on disk two. I remember having
a one-stage boot once before where I just selected FreeBSD from the first
boot manager and it would start FreeBSD from the second drive. I tried
doing a fdisk -i on the second disk and couldn't get it to work, i.e. the
boot manager on the second drive was still there.

Mark Bynum

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