Thanks to all who responded:
Peter Wallis <email@example.com>
"Kris Briscoe (r8465c)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
"Kulp, Scott (Scott)** CTR **" <email@example.com>
Kevin Wojtaszczyk <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Padraig Houlahan <email@example.com>
The original question was that I can't seem to install Solaris 2.6 on my
SS1000 after wiping it clean. The install goes fine, but when booting I
get "bootblk: not found".
Many pointed to the boot device, which, as mentioned in the original, was
set properly. One person, firstname.lastname@example.org, mentioned that older PROM
versions can't boot large root slices. Indeed, that's the problem. My
PROM is 2.23, and apparently <2.5 are limited to 1GB root slices.
Since I need to be y2k compliant anyway, I'm getting new PROMs from Sun
(you can't flash SS1000 original PROMS -- they need to be replaced on the
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