I burned the new Ubuntu 7.10 live cd and booted from it.
I started using the system and after playing an hour I rebooted from my hard disk...
I only got a blank screen with the words : GRUB
I booted from an old 3 1/2" floppy drive and run the Norton Disk Editor 3.0 and compared the partition table
of my hard disk with a saved copy that I had in a file. Not a single byte was changed...
So the problem was inside the solaris partition.
I booted again from ubuntu Live Cd and I noticed that my solaris partition was used as SWAP!!!.
Here you can see that I have 4 gb swap partition and my partition info...
Why has Ubuntu used a partition ID "BF" (Solaris new partition) as a swap????
Maybe because Ubuntu means "Your Solaris will be destroyed!!!"
I don't want to reinstall Solaris again, I give up.
Bye Java Desktop Environment!!! :-(