[SOLVED] booting on wrong partition
It seems that the default location for the bootloader is hd0a . That is the a: partition. But, I have put a: as swap. So, it fails to boot by itself and i then have to type 'boot hd0b:/bsd' . My questions are:
1. Why is there no boot.conf in /etc?
2. Where is the bootloader config?
3. Thus, how can I modify the booting information?
"Synaesthesia colored blue, Aquaman knows what to do..."
Last edited by enoch82; 1st May 2013 at 02:27 PM.
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