Updated and rebuilt July 2009
Here are resources for running the Solaris or OpenSolaris OS in multiple-boot environments:
Working With Multiple Boot Environments on the OpenSolaris OS, a Sun Developer Network (SDN) article that describes the OpenSolaris
beadm utility, which enables you to efficiently manage boot environments (BEs)
Managing Boot Environments With OpenSolaris Package Manager, an SDN article that uses an example BE set to describe how to manage BEs with Package Manager
Configuring Multiboot Environments on Sun x64 Systems with AMD Opteron Processors, a Sun BluePrints article that provides procedures for configuring Sun x64 workstations with AMD Opteron processors to boot more than one operating system from the same physical hard drive
So you want to dual boot Linux with OpenSolaris 2008.11?, a blog by James Legg that describes how to dual boot Linux and OpenSolaris 2008.11
OpenSolaris and Linux on One USB Stick for Dual Usage, a BigAdmin community-submitted article that describes how to create a USB stick that can be used for rescue tasks in Linux and the OpenSolaris Operating System for x86 platforms, and can also boot in a virtual PC environment on various operating systems
Linux & Solaris booting together, a blog by Ashley Saulsbury
Also see Resources for Sun Technologies and Linux on this web site, which provides resources for environments that run Linux with Sun products and technologies.
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