Windows+BSD+Linux Installation Guide
Last updated: January 5th, 2004
- v1.0: Initial release, reviewed by Linux Documentation Project (LDP). A
few structural changes and minor corrections made; Chapters
"Troubleshooting" and "Installing OpenBSD 3.2-RELEASE"
- v1.1: Corrections made and information added. Information on FreeBSD -RELEASE
updated to cover 4.8-RELEASE. Chapter "Installing NetBSD 1.6.1" added and a few minor modifications made to
- v1.2: Chapter "Troubleshooting" updated. Information on Linux
updated to cover Red Hat Linux 8.0 (Psyche Edition) and FreeBSD to FreeBSD
Welcome! This document explains how three different operating systems can be installed and configured on the same hard disk of a computer. The reader may choose from: Microsoft Windows 95/98(Second Edition)/Millennium
Edition(ME)/NT/2K/XP + FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE/OpenBSD 3.2-RELEASE/NetBSD 1.6.1 + Linux. Only Intel architecture
multi-booting is discussed and GNU GRUB is the boot loader of choice. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact me by e-mail at this address:
email@example.com. Thank you!
Note: In the Organization section, readers must choose to execute Chapter 3 or Chapter 4
or Chapter 5.