I am trying to have my computer run four operating systems, FreeBSD, Solaris 11, Fedora, and XP(soon to be 7).
My FreeBSD, Solaris 11, and Fedora are all to be partitioned on a different hard drive than my Windows OS. Currently, I have Solaris 11 and Fedora installed on this hard drive, but not FreeBSD. As stated in the title, Fedora17 and WinXP are being found easily, while Solaris 11 is not being found at all after being installed.
I look on my Fedora 17 filesystem and the partition with Solaris 11 is visible and also is described as "Bootable". I've browsed a few forums and have attempted to use sudo grub2 -mkconfig, etc, but to no avail. What do I need to do to make it so Solaris, and in the future FreeBSD, are listed on the GRUB2 splash?
Clearly I'm new at this. I just want to experiment with Linux, Solaris, and FreeBSD to expand my knowledge on UNIX. I will provide any information necessary to help figure this out, and I'm sure I'll be seeing you all in the future.
The Solaris 11 install is located @ /dev/sdb4
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OS Prober just lists this:
sudo os-prober /dev/sda/
/dev/sda1:Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition:Windows:chain