[Solved]Triple-boot BSD grub problem with loading FreeBSD
The machine in question isn't ready as of yet to be connected to the internet.
NetBSD has FreeBSD as (/mnt) in /etc/fstab and the filesystem type as ffs.
Both OpenBSD and NetBSD can boot from the NetBSD grub menu.
Using unhide $FREEBSD, root (hd0,0,a) isn't enough.
The kernel /$KERNEL?PATH causes the system to hang.
I'm thinking that either NetBSD grub cannot differentiate between UFS2 and FFS or that using grub on OpenBSD would provide better results.
When I am able to correct a few problems, I will post the files that are/will be requested. Currently, this is a general question.
I reinstalled FreeBSD and used the FreeBSD boot manager as the default.
Last edited by Mr-Biscuit; 21st June 2010 at 05:10 AM.
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