OLSVR-Z9000 wrote:Nope. I'm suggesting that things have changed with Solaris 11 with regards to partitioning. What used to work for me no longer works.
So, your suggesting that the Linux Partition is causing the problem?
Your set-up is layed out differently to mine, so i am not really sure how that could be the issue? Oracle Solaris is the last partition on that Hardisk before the NTFS Video & Music partition. The only connection my Linux and Solaris would have is that the Grub from Linux would be booting the solaris grub.Linux Grub doesn't understand ZFS so can't boot it. There are/were plans to move it into Grub as an option but I have no idea if it ever was completed.
Is there a way to fix it without re-installing all OSes? I would like to install with the Gnome desktop on default as i'm not familiar with solaris command yet! I don't care if its a liveCD or text just as long as it installs properly and is installed with the Gnome Desktop.Just for grins can you temporarily remove the two Linux Hard disks leaving only the windows/Solaris hard drive? I'd be curious to know if this solves the issue.
OLSVR-Z9000 wrote:So I'm guessing that 7 means some type of Windows Partition and 191 means a Solaris 2 partition.
Here is the result from the /tmp/fdisk-*:
7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 631209852
7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1758238720 195284992
191 128 0 0 0 0 0 0 631225980 524265210