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Old 21st February 2012
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Hi everybody !

It may seem odd but for learning purposes I'd like to dual boot OpenBSD and NetBSD ..

Is it possible ?
are there any limitations ? . (Of the sort of : eg. limitting a first installed windows to 8g .... )

Thank you so much !
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Yes it's possible. Yes there are limitations. Start by ... (drum roll) .... reading the official documentation. OpenBSD's FAQ 4.9 and NetBSD Guide 2.1.1.

If you start with the documentation before asking, you will find you will gain knowledge and be able to ask specific questions.
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