solaris 10/x86 fdisk id change
By hstsao on Dec 04, 2004
Ever since linux uses the same fdisk id 105(0x82)for linux swap and solaris partition, one always has to work around those issues in dual or triple boot environment. The lastest solaris 10 build(>=72) change the id to 191(0xbf) so giveway id=0x82 linux swap. This will make life easier in setting up multiple boot env.