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Old 31st July 2017
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OpenBSD's default bootloader does not support multiboot. Some users install sysutils/grub but given that you have 5 OS installed you must be using an alternative boot loader.

The command to mount a file system when running NetBSD is
mount(8)

A fstab entry will mount the file system on each boot.
fstab(5)

He is a NetBSD wiki on Mounting ffs partitions
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