Yup, this needs another thread.
While my ISP is being AWESOME and nobody's internet is capped, I decided to take the opportunity to download FreeBSD. Just for fun. So, since I have it now, I'd (kinda) like to install it, just to check it out.
Currently, I have a dual boot system with WinXP and Mandrake 9.1, and a boot loader. WinXP and Mandrake are on seperate HDs. I absolutely need to keep WinXP. Mandrake can stay or go, I don't give a crap, I never use it. I need to still be able to dual boot, though. (Meaning between WinXP and whatever else I have on here) Space is not an issue... I have 80 gb to burn on Linux/*nix/etc distros. And 80 gb for WinXP. Anyway, is there someone here that can tell me what will happen if I just reboot with the FreeBSD CD in the computer? Will it install over mandrake and still have the boot loader work, or will I need to do something else?