> Sorry that my first post in a while is OT, but I've got a pain in the
> ass with this.
>> I have a SparcStation5 on my desk... About a month ago I installed
> NetBSD on it for a temporary Snort box.
>> Yesterday evening, I went to install Solaris 9 on it and it boots off
> the CD starts the installation and then when it trys to create the swap
> partition fails with:
>> Format of Disk c0t0d0 failed.
> Format of Disk c0t0d0 failed.
>> No disk slices exist that are large enough to hold the
> Solaris installation software.
>> Now, the disk seems fine, so anyone have any bright ideas?
Try booting off the netbsd box, and deleting all existing partitions.
Just a guess, but its worked for me before with other Oses.
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