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Howto edit solaris boot manager menu

Solaris boot manager menu seems to include partitions that cannot be boot and labeling that would be confusing to some people. How can I edit these?

Last edited by maag; 11-18-2005 at 02:53 PM..
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see "man boot"
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its not there.
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then try here
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Just Ice
then try here
If it is one of the earlier releases Solaris10 releases it will not have GRUB as the bootloader.

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