|From:||"Simon 'corecode' Schubert" <corecode@xxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Sat, 18 Nov 2006 18:58:13 +0100|
I am currently running FreeBSD-6.2PRERELEASE, which i installed as some 5.X from scratch, so filesystem is possibly this ufs2 thingy.
Would it be possible to make FreeBSD and DragonFly to coexist on my FFS partitions?
(At boot time i have to pick the correct bootloader and kernel etc., but this is not too hard...)
How about making an extra root partition, e.g. /dev/ad0s2g, for DragonFly, then mount my user stuff from there?
1. install freebsd, leave a partition or two for dragonfly. 2. use ufs1 for all data you want to share (probably /home). 3. install dragonfly to the remaining partition(s) 4. from both OS, mount /home 5. to boot one or the other you can either use loader and set currdev/kernel to one or the other root partition 6. or you use grub to load different loaders.
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