> 2) Using Solaris X86 boot manager (5)
> (install win95 then Solaris X86)
> I have tested the second solution, however it did not work for me.
Install DOS then x86 will set active partition to Solaris's one.
However, install win95 then x86, the active partition is still with
the win95 boot partition. So one more step, using win95 fdisk set
active partition to UNKOWN partition (the Solaris boot partition).
Then Solaris X86 boot manager will work properly.
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