I am a newbie to the world of linux so pls have patient on me. Anyway, I actually tried to perform a dual-boot for redhat 9 and solaris 9 half successfully. The reason was because now I have two boot managers residing in my dell workstations which one of them is not performing.
Here is what i have done. I have install solaris 9 first giving it 19GB and then I install redhat 9 also giving it 19GB but I did not install redhat boot manager. Then when I reboot it the solaris boot manager appear with four boot options appearing. I am totally confused as to which of them are the linux boot option so I click all of them and I get one working solaris OS but the other three booting options either stop running or give me a bad PBR error.
then I reinstall my redhat 9 once more overwriting my previous redhat installation and this time I installed LILO boot manager. Then when I reboot I see the redhat boot manager and when I click on redhat boot option redhat OS runs perfectly but when I click on solaris boot option I am directed to solaris boot manager again with only the solaris boot option working.
So my question is:
1)Now I have two boot managers but i only need either one of them!!
So what do I have to do to have only one default boot manager either solaris or redhat.......