As all my searches through handbook, FAQ, dejanews, mailing lists
and web didn't result in a solution, I'll try asking it.
I installed FreeBSD (3.2-R) on my slave IDE disk, while NT sits
on the master. I want to use the NT loader as boot loader, so
I installed the boot blocks (via disklabel -B) and dd'ed it to a
file I give to ntldr. (dd if=/dev/rwd1s1 of=/tmp/bb.bsd count=1).
But all I get is a boot error. I *can* boot using the install disk
and type 1:wd(1,a) during the boot process.
disklabel uses /boot/bootX for it's work and someone mentioned,
that these files are/work for the first drive only and one
should hack /sys/boot/* to add support for other drives, but that
is beyond my knowledge...
So, is it really that hard to get FreeBSD working?