On Wed, 27 Apr 2005, Ciaran Johnston wrote:
> Solaris 10 on /dev/hdd1, thats another issue. I'm making a full
> backup before I go any further with that one.
Grub will chainload the solaris boot partition just fine. Solaris10
x86 only really cares about its own partition, indeed only really
cares about the VTOC just inside the solaris partition which tells it
how the partition is divided into slices.
Also, Solaris 'dev' now boots directly via grub - grub pulls the
sunos kernel and modules straight off a UFS partition. (yay).
Anyway, installing S10 should be fine - either before or after
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