Booting a HD with Solaris installed on it....
Hi everyone, this is more a Solaris question... but I need to get this done
so I can isntall Debian.
I have a Hard drive I want to use on one of my IPC's, but I need several
things off the filesystem.
Solaris likes to have the drive set as SCSI Target 3, which is the drives
original setting, and probe-scsi reports that is where it is, along with
the CD-Rom on ID 6.
I need to know the boot command to get it to boot up, and possibly the file
name, which is a Sun Kernal perhaps.. I don't know.. not very familiar with
I was told by a couple of people it's " boot sd(0,3,0) " and that is
all I need.
I have tried this but it complains about not being able to open the
Any help on this would be great.
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