I wanted to have Solaris as well as any other OS. The problem is that according to the mutliboot guide provided by SUN, first I install Win Xp, and then Solaris. But during the installation, Solaris demands the entire disk to be used, while I go for the "default disk layout". I can't figure out how to specify a particular amount of disk space for solaris through FDISK. Maybe, i don;t know the layout to be followed. This is because if I make a solaris partition, it does not install on it....
I think like many NIX sys the only reason its wanting the entire disk space is to creat the bootloader/manager and creat its reference points of file(the proper words escape me right now),give it some space and windows should ride along with it.
Cant understand whats the problem with it, so let me just describe the way I did it. (btw installation guid was not so helpful)
So at the point when you have to choose HD to install at, I think question before it was what sort of installation type you want (Default or Custom) Default will just use hole HD, while Custom will ask extra questions, conserning HD, partitions and so on. Just choose the right one, make sure that you devide space for Solaris in a way you need it rather then what just stands there (like more space for OS rather then private space and so on..)