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You need to change /etc/hostname.interface (.ge,...
You need to change /etc/hostname.interface (.ge, .hme0,.le0) and /etc/nodename. Then reboot the machine. You can make the necessary changes in your /etc/hosts file to the new hostname.
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Do an devalias at the ok prompt. Is your cdrom...
Do an devalias at the ok prompt. Is your cdrom (for some reason )aliased to something else other than cdrom? How are you trying to boot from the cdrom
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man power.d and power.conf. This will hep you out.
man power.d and power.conf. This will hep you out.
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Which type of user are you logging in as??
Which type of user are you logging in as??
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If you are running Solaris just type the command...
If you are running Solaris just type the command mount. This will list what is currently mounted on your local machine. Or taking a peek in the vfstab file will help.
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The user you are trying to talk to has to have a...
The user you are trying to talk to has to have a terminal window open for talk to work. Try the following command:

talk user@hostname
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/usr/bin/admintool This may help as well....
/usr/bin/admintool


This may help as well. If you are not very comfortable with using commands on the command line. This will tell you all the info you need about users on your system. What do...
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Actually /etc/cron.d is main cron directory ...
Actually /etc/cron.d is main cron directory

/etc/cron.d/cron.allow
/etc/cron.d/cron.deny contain those files you mentioned above


/var/spool/cron/crontabs "is a spooling area for cron"
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Keep in mind crontab is specific to the user....
Keep in mind crontab is specific to the user. This is not a GLOBAL setting for all!!!
Forum: IP Networking 08-02-2002
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In the /etc/system file you can put the following...
In the /etc/system file you can put the following lines into the file to force the interface to be 100/fullduplex upon bootup. Like the response above le0 or le1 is a10mbs interface not 100mbs.

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It seems at first glance your problem lies with...
It seems at first glance your problem lies with the configuration of the interface or the switch the system is connected to. Having a lot of output packets is common in a server, I don't believe you...
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Well your password file is just info like group,...
Well your password file is just info like group, default shell, UID, home directory.. so on and so on. /etc/passwd

Solaris keeps your encryted password in /etc/shadow. This is where your actual...
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