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How do you boot Solaris OS using an iso image? by Anon Relake Q: I have just burned opensolaris onto a disc, and I am using a laptop. I want to be abel to use solaris, so I tryed booting up the computer with the disc in. Its not starting up, what do i do?

A: There's a couple reasons this could happen: 1) You burned a DVD on another computer, and your laptop only reads CDs and not DVDs 2) Your BIOS is not set to try to boot from CD first... hit DEL or F2 or whatever the key is that it calls for to enter setup just as you turn on your laptop and see the "Dell" (or whatever) screen. Find the submenu that lets you specify boot from CD before hard drive. 3) Your CD didn't burn right. 4) You're not hitting a key what you see the "any key to boot from CD" prompt

How do I find out how long to go before my password expires on a Solaris account ? by antarctic monkey Q: I have set password expiration and warning on a solaris user account using passwd -x 60 -w 30 username. Within a shell script I would like to be able to work out how many days there are left before the password expires.

A: The information about password aging is kept in /etc/shadow. See "man -s 4 shadow" for the format and description of each field. Note that you must be "root" to read this file. However, the "passwd" command provides access to this info. Once again, if you are running as "root", the "-s" option to passwd dumps out the stats you are asking about. From the "passwd" man page, discussing the "-s" option: mm/dd/yy The date password was last changed for name. All password aging dates are determined using Greenwich Mean Time (Universal Time) and therefore can differ by as much as a day in other time zones. min The minimum number of days required between password changes for name. MINWEEKS is found in /etc/default/passwd and is set to NULL. max The maximum number of days the password is valid for name. MAXWEEKS is found in /etc/default/passwd and is set to NULL. warn The number of days relative to max before the password expires and the name are warned.

What satellite dish should i get for my nfusion solaris? by alanta223 Q: What satellite dish should i buy for my nfusion solaris?

A: Ariza T55 Super-Dish 3 LNB Have perfect signal on all LNB Holds up to 8 LNB Have 1 dish on your house Authentic Wave Frontier LNBs The more LNBs you have is the more Satellites you can lock onto for more Channels http://www.nfusion.ca/details.php?id=23 Hope this Helps Mouse

How to insert a startup command in Solaris? by Eugene D Q: I want to run a command (/usr/lib/snmp/snmpdx -p 161) whenever my solaris system starts up so that I don't have to insert the command upon every reboot. What file or where would I insert this command at?

A: Solaris still supports init scripts in the /etc/rc* directories to start and stop applications. But the recommended method is to use a SMF service (Solaris Service Management Facility).

How to set solaris 10 to get dhcp in vmware? by Jay Q: I set the VM to recieve NAT from my laptop but whenever it boots it says "failed to configure IPv4 DHCP interface(s) leio" also when I get to the desktop java interface I cannot even enable dhcp from the prompt. Thanks a bunch I am new to unix/solaris.

Is there any problem installing Solaris 10 on core 2 duo processor? by kris Q: Trying to install dual os, one of them is the windows 2003 server and the solaris, when we install the Solaris 10 first, it finishes the installation and when the computer reboots it in the loop, goes to the installation screen, tried installing the server 2003 and later solaris stil the same problem, tried with multiple DVD's.There is no error that is displayed . Any suggestions would be appreciated.

A: IT not depends on processor it depends on mother bord and BIOS

How do I start a remote desktop session on Solaris? I have my display exported? by geoff_hazel Q: I have my X display exported to my laptop and I have an xterm on the solaris server. I want to fire up a "desktop" session that displays on my laptop. What command (s) do I need to run to do that? By "desktop" session I mean I want to see something like what I would see if I was at the actual console of the server. It doesn't have to be the actual console, but something similar to it.

A: Since you know about $DISPLAY, you obviously know how to remotely display specific applications like "xterm". To get an entire "desktop" (ie. a window manager), use "vnc". This software is available on the "companion CD" The basic idea is to start "vncserver" on the remote machine. fee $ rlogin foo foo $ vncserver and then use the vnc client on your local machine: fee $ vncviewer -shared foo:1 Because the default window manager is "twm", I also created the file $HOME/.vnc/xstartup to contain the following so that my "desktop" would be gnome: ---------------------------------------------------------------------- #!/bin/sh xrdb $HOME/.Xresources xsetroot -solid grey xterm -geometry 80x24+10+10 -ls -title "$VNCDESKTOP Desktop" & /usr/bin/gnome-session & ---------------------------------------------------------------------- I haven't tried it yet, but I've heard the claim that the OpenSolaris X server supports this directly (ie. so that you don't have to start "vncserver" on the remote machine). A couple of nice features to this is that it allows you to share a desktop with someone who is collaborating with you. Similarly, it allows you to "join" your own existing desktop when you go home from work at night Definitely see the reference below.

Is Solaris a viable operating system for the home user, capable of running windows programs as well? by web_trace Q: I am not liking the direction Vista and Windows 7 are taking with abandoning software compatibility concerns. Every home user out there that switches to Vista has to give up their software. It seems like theft of a new kind. Make an operating system that is incompatible with software you purchased just a year ago. Weird. Time to head over to Mac or try this Solaris, I think.

A: Solaris is a great system (I use it at work), but I would strongly NOT recommend it for what you asked. As a server, yes, but not necessarily as a personal system. First of all, it's a Unix system, which means, unless your running some virtual machine package with it for Windows compatibility, you cannot run Windows software. Windows software runs on Windows. That's why everyone seems stuck with it. It's also the primary reason why Windows sucks as much as it does. I really hate Windows a lot, so I'm biased. But you might consider another alternative: Linux. Now Linux won't run Windows software either (unfortunately, that's the part you'll have to get past if you want to make a change). But here's some reasons to at least consider Linux: 1. It's a free, open source system. Everything that runs on it is also free and open source. Not just free as in cost, but free as in you can do anything you like with the software...even program changes into it if you're so inspired. 2. There is one Linux (the system kernel...the heart that runs the main system), but literally dozens and dozens of different "distributions" of Linux (Ubuntu, Fedora, Mandriva, etc). The different "distros" are designed for either general desktop uses or specific uses, like on servers or for disgnostic/forensic use. You, obviously, would want a general desktop version...there are many good ones. 3. You can test Linux desktop versions out first. many come in the LiveCD format: you download an ISO file of the distro, burn the image to a CD, then boot the CD on your system. You can then run the full system from the CD to see how it looks and get a general idea of how applications work. You can then use the CD to install the system permanently on your hard disk and update it from the Internet. 4. There isn't anything you can do on Windows that you can't do on Linux. 5. There are no viruses, malware, spyware, trojans or other crap to attack the system. The security model is designed to prevent that stuff from ever reaching the system. When security updates are available, your system can notify you and automatically download them, in the background, while you work. You don't have to worry about security. Ever. I've added a couple of links for your further reading. Don't get too lost in some of the Geek language about Linux. It's a solid, capable system that easily replaces Windows in all the ways I mentioned, and more. Lots of first-timers look to Ubuntu Linux (or it's brother distro, Kubuntu, which is my personal distro), due to its ease of installation and understanding. But many of the other listed distros are excellent. That's the great thing...you have CHOICES! Microsoft doesn't give you choices, and if they do, you wind up lighter in the wallet. Good luck.

What is the best way to master Solaris UNIX ? by Eric W Q: I am planning to take the Solaris 9 SCSA exam, but need to brush up on my skills first. Have downloaded and installed Open Solaris.

A: you could find some on the sun website. http://developers.sun.com/solaris/learning/tutorials.jsp

How to wipe solaris 7 and 8 from a Sunblade 2000? by BLEEPINGTECH Q: I need to Wipe Solaris off these machines. I have two machines, one with Solaris 7 and the other with Solaris 8. Each have one disk with one mounted OS drive. How do I wipe them and write 0s or 1s over everything.

A: Go to http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/805-3643/6j3fd0u7d?a=view it should be some help.

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