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I am trying to install Solaris 10 and it boots to grub> prompt, and I don't know where to go from there. Please help. Thanks in advance
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Are you booting over the network or from CD/DVD?  What kind of hardware?
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CD/DVD, VMware.
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Make sure the VM is booting the DVD, it sounds like its possible that the VM has a broken installation on it or something like that.
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I just downloaded the iso image, and I am trying to boot to install it.
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The install DVD should provide a menu with the default option being the Solaris Interactive install.  

Make sure you have the right DVD, x86.

In grub, you can attempt to run the "boot" command to see if it will continue.  Or dig around for the kernel and miniroot and load them manually.
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Must have gotten a bad download, I downloaded it again and it seems to be working, thanks.
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