Dual Boot Linux Solaris

Once, I installed normally Solaris on my computer, and did not use all the space available on the hard drive. So, I decided to use the rest to install a Debian Linux.

But then, when I want to boot to the new Debian Linux, I didn't see anymore the solaris boot prompt.
So, I search a little on internet how to boot again on the solaris system, as I didn't erase anything within the solaris partition.
I only add to :

menu.lst

of grub, these 4 following lines :

title Solaris
    rootnoverify (hd0,0)
    makeactive
    chainloader +1

Don't forget, to adapt the line :

rootnoverify (hd0,0)

to correspond where your solaris partition is. In this case, solaris was on the first partition of the first disk, so 0,0.

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