|Subject:||Re: [laptop-discuss] Question regarding boot manager|
|Date:||Wed, 26 Mar 2008 09:24:07 +1100|
Your looking for a file called:
Edit that as root with your Linux boot details taken from your grub.conf file from your Linux partition.
I would also file a bug at http://bugs.opensolaris.org/
Hope this helps,
On 25/03/2008, Jefferson Kirkland <numberwhun@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Prior to installing Solaris 10 over my Windows installation, I had a dual booted system. On the first partition I had Windows, which went awry when I got hit with a spyware virus. And on the other partition, was Suse Linux 10.3.
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