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 Dual-Booting FreeBSD and FreeBSD

On Lamp tells us about dual booting FreeBSD and FreeBSD.

"First, we need to be sure that the system can actually run both -stable and -current. I've had laptops that would not run particular versions of -current, and it's possible that a system might not run some versions of -release. So do a test boot of both the -current and the -stable install media. If we can reach sysinstall with both sets of install media, consider the machine usable."

 (Submitted by Noel Mon May 20, 2002 )

  


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