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no menu.lst file as well
a little bit progress so far, I reinstalled solaris 11 again using live dvd, this time I reduced size of the linux-swap partition a little bit, at the same time I can see there is another 'unused' partition been created, when reboot, there is still no bootable devices detected, but the help of live dvd, I can choose 'boot from hard disk' option when booting from live dvd, and now the grub is up and running, the solaris 11 and windows 7 and window xp are all the grub menu list.
Without the booting from live dvd, just boot from hard disk alone, there will no grub whatsoever again.
Try installing the Solaris to the first drive and then create a zpool on the other disk.
I now bought a new hdd, and installed solaris 11 on it, no any other OS.
when boot from this hdd (only this hdd installed in my computer), it says: welcome to grub, error: no such device: xxxxxxxx(numbers here).
did you know what's problem? thanks
Besides the obvious that it ain't finding something not a clue. Anyone else?