I have two SSD drives installed on my laptop, I installed FreeBSD 13 on each of them, when I start the system I select the one I want to boot from, and only one system always boots, the second does not boot. doesn't seem to exist. Although both SSDs are visible in the BIOS.
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I am a newbee in FreeBSD, I am using actively OpenSUSE and Windows every day, I have tried back in time PC-BSD. I would like to learn more about FreeBSD, but I would like a multi-boot on existing machine with OpenSUSE and Windows. Do you have some pointers for...
We have a laptop with two SSDs. Originally, there was only one SSD, and it had Ubuntu installed on it. We added a second SSD (500 GB) and installed FreeBSD on 100GB of it. We had a little trouble getting FreeBSD to show up in GRUB, but we finally we got it working by adding some lines to the...
Recently I got a new laptop (Alienware 13 R2). It has UEFI.
I also have a non UEFI desktop, and laptop. On the the desktop, I have XP, FreeBSD 8.1, and Linux Mint 7 (XFCE); and on laptop I have Windows 7, Mint 7, and FreeBSD 11.1. On both of these computers, in Linux Mint I have edited...
on my Desktop System I've two ssd with following partitions:
ada0p2 (further Linux stuff)
ada0p128 (bios_grub partition)
With an entry in /etc/grub.d/40_custom I can start my FreeBSD 10.3 on ada1 without any trouble.