Installing DragonFly

Michael Neumann mneumann at
Fri Apr 17 14:36:49 PDT 2009

Colin Adams wrote:

> I was able to install DragonFly on the disk all-right, but  the
> machine still won't boot if the drive is powered-on at boot time.

I remember that I had a similar problem about 2 years ago with my Bullman 

If yours is the same problem (can you confirm?) then "fdisk -C" will solve 
it. But as the installer does not provide an option to set the "-C" flag, 
you'd have to install DragonFly without the installer.



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