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Date:      Tue, 5 Dec 1995 15:11:06 -0600
From:      Jeff Kreska <jeff_kreska@ftw.paging.mot.com>
To:        questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   A couple of general questions
Message-ID:  <199512052111.PAA05701@wmg13>

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1. Is there currently or planned support for a PD Disk drive?  I have heard
reports that someone is using one with *BSD.  If you currently use a PD disk
could you mail me the diffs needed to get it to work.

2. Is there a way to update the the boot device without re-compiling the
kernel.  My problem is I have added a SCSI disk to a system with an IDE hard
disk.  There is no boot partion on the IDE disk, so when I boot I have to give
the option hd(1,a)/kernel.  Can this be changed without recompiling??

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Thanks,
Jeff Kreska

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