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Hi ,

I have installed solaris 10 on x 86 architecture. Now i want to configure this system as Proxy Server. I am new to the solaris. Please help me how can i configure this. Which packages or patches are needed ? or Which files have to be modify ?

Please help me to resolve.

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install-solaris - install the Solaris operating system SYNOPSIS
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