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Command Solaris Version

command solaris version
command solaris version
Can anyone let me know if I loaded correctly Solaris 10 (based on how it looks)?

I just load up Solaris 10 on x86 last night … I think it loaded properly, but it seems that the "pigeon" version of Windows 95. Is this normal? I guess I am expecting something flashy … I am accustomed to XP, Vista, Knoppix, and OS X (damn!! I'm a fucking nerd!). The Java Enterprise Desktop a little more advanced and smooth, but the graphics of the ordinary desktop Solaris are a little lo-res (slightly grainy ?)… not in some kind of video card broken pass … more in a "I'm in second year and color with crayons the size of a horses leg" kind of way … If this is normal, it is OK because until this point, I used the command line … I just want to make sure there is not something that is running (like "button ugly" or "button 1992") and off (such as, "the super, killer, totally rad for graphics Max Record button that kicks @ ss ")… Any help or bad comments are greatly appreciated mouth … do not break my glasses!

These people might be able to help you .. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/ Or give this yahoo tech. group … http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/Computer_Help_and_Discussion/ Both gave me great help. I hope this helps you. Good Luck!

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Radio Solaris

radio solaris
radio solaris
It is for programmers Solaris?

I had a problem with a subnet mask of NIC on a Sunfire V220. Computer acts as a node of a radio system TETRA. We have two nodes, one on the network 172.16.4.0 172.16.5.0 and the other in an IP address Static, non-routed network. Each node has its own set of devices that must be kept logically distinct, but the nodes have to talk to each other. The is the 172.16.4 172.16.5 node and is the secondary node. The secondary node to close almost every day, and when it restarts, eri0 (172.16.5.0) comes with a class "C". I have to go to a "B" each time with ifconfig. To resolve this problem, I VI'ed etc / netmasks and changed to 255.255.0.0. Is this a permanent cause it to start as a class "B", or should I do something else? I also wanted to make sure I do not cause other problems on the line. As you probably guessed, I do not normally work with Solaris, but this is the system I am now responsible, and I'm trying to make it work properly.

That sounds like a reasonable answer to me but you should ask the experts on Solaris. There are many forums for Solaris, but individuals "Solaris" is CFN: http://www.opensolaris.org/jive/forum.jspa?forumID=3

Share Solaris Nfs

share solaris nfs

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Set Solaris Prompt

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Log-in screen bug of Solaris Unix?

This is a problem that has been nagging me and barring me to get a server admin job. Please help me solve this. I have installed the latest version of Solaris Unix on a spare partition of about 70 GB on my hard drive. Installation ran smoothly, but when the OS has booted up to the log-in screen, it prompts me to type in my username and password, neither of which I have set up. I used ‘root’ as the username as per the guide, but still had no what the password would be. I tried various passwords, but not suprisingly none of them were accepted. It just returns a log-in error message and goes back to the username screen. I meant to post a question at forums.sun.com, but lor, their website takes me to http://forums.sun.com/invalidemail.jsp every time I press the post a new thread link. This is totally incomprehensible as my email address is alread y verified. I am between the devil and deep blue sea with my career hanging in the balance. Please help.

Thank you

If you’re talking about OpenSolaris, then according to
the reference below (Release Notes for Opensolaris), the
root account should be accessible as:

account: root
passwd: opensolaris

and there should be a non-root account:

account: jack
password: jack