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'''[http://opensolaris.org/os/ OpenSolaris]''' is an operating system kernel.
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'''[http://opensolaris.org/os/ OpenSolaris]''' is an operating system.
  
 
We're currently evaluating how to boot OpenSolaris via coreboot using the [[GRUB2]] payload.
 
We're currently evaluating how to boot OpenSolaris via coreboot using the [[GRUB2]] payload.
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== Build instructions ==
 
== Build instructions ==
  
TODO
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OpenSolaris has moved to multiboot, so GRUB2 contains all necessary parts including the ufs and zfs support.
  
== More information ==
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The instructions on [http://blogs.oracle.com/szhou/entry/booting_solaris_from_linuxbios Shudong Zhou's blog] don't work anymore, because Sun changed the boot mechanism (again).
  
* http://blogs.sun.com/szhou/entry/booting_solaris_from_linuxbios
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what should work:
* http://bugs.opensolaris.org/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=6475349
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multiboot /platform/i86pc/kernel/unix /platform/i86pc/kernel/unix
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module /boot/x86.microroot /boot/x86.microroot (that filename might be different)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:50, 17 January 2014

OpenSolaris is an operating system.

We're currently evaluating how to boot OpenSolaris via coreboot using the GRUB2 payload.

Build instructions

OpenSolaris has moved to multiboot, so GRUB2 contains all necessary parts including the ufs and zfs support.

The instructions on Shudong Zhou's blog don't work anymore, because Sun changed the boot mechanism (again).

what should work:

multiboot /platform/i86pc/kernel/unix /platform/i86pc/kernel/unix
module /boot/x86.microroot /boot/x86.microroot (that filename might be different)
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