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Date:      Tue, 8 Oct 1996 15:05:09 -0700 (PDT)
From:      "Jonathan M. Bresler" <jmb>
To:        MAQ@EPAIBM.RTPNC.EPA.GOV (Mike Lewis, Lockheed Martin)
Cc:        questions@FREEBSD.ORG
Subject:   Re: FreeBSD installation Question
Message-ID:  <>
In-Reply-To: <"96-10-08-13:41:20.32*MAQ"@NCCIBM1.BITNET> from "Mike Lewis, Lockheed Martin" at Oct 8, 96 01:41:00 pm

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Mike Lewis, Lockheed Martin wrote:
> I am installing FreeBSD onto the second physical drive, so I use the
> "C" option during the "create-partition" phaze.  Everything appears
> to function correctly.  I request that the installation procedure
> install your FreeBSD boot manager.
> When installation is complete, and the reboot occurs, the boot manager
> fires up as I would expect.  Option "F1" is listed to boot DOS which
> does in fact work properly.  However, *no* option appears to boot
> FreeBSD from the non-DOS partition on the second physical drive.

	what doe sthe boot manager say about "F5"?   does it have an
	option for accessing the second disk (should be F5)
	if so, hit F5 then select the FreeBSD option on the second
	disk (should be F1)

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