Solaris Troubleshooting : Boot Error “FATAL: system is not bootable, boot command is disabled”


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5 Responses

  1. pavan says:

    Hi ,

    Is there any possibilty to boot system automaticalyy even after setteing

    “auto-boot” variable false. Without manual interaction.

  2. Yogesh Raheja says:

    @Pavan, If auto-boot is set to false then the system stuck at OK prompt and wont find any boot device automatically, Manual interaction will be required in that case.

  3. Yogesh Raheja says:

    thanks for your comment Mate!!!..

  4. Kreuzfahrten says:

    What a frankly fun piece of writing..

  5. sunil says:

    how to install foxbase+ unix and where can i get foxbase+ for unix. how to mount additional hardisk and read its files in unix

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