Bad attempt at 'setting up' a dual boot Slackware+FreeBSD box.
I saw another post that I "did not" read before doing this but wanted to know if I can take it all back.
I have slackware 13.0 on the drive first, FreeBSD 7.2 second. I Ass-Um-Me'd that I would just install BSD, install the bootloader and there I'd be. (It worked in the early 90's!) When I re-booted it asked for [F1] to boot linux [F3] to boot BSD. [F3] works [F1] spits out # signs. #####
So... I fired up the linux CD used fdisk and deleted the BSD partition, set the Linux as bootable and of course now I'm screwed. ;-)
The bootloader is there and spitting out ##### signs. Sigh....
I'm in no danger of losing anything other than time on this machine but wondered if anyone knows of a quick fix to my dilemma.
Thanks for any help.
(ask first, delete later, ask first, delete later, ask first, delete later.......)