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Installing and dual-booting Debian GNU/kFreeBSD

Now that Debian GNU/kFreeBSD is an official part of Debian, it is time to play around with the new toy. But in order to do such feat there are several issues that have to be resolved on the path to success. More here

Assuming you use Debian GNU/Linux with GRUB2 (as seen in testing and unstable these days) and have a spare partition or two you can try it out on live hardware instead of an emulator.

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