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Not very helpful to say the least. Seems to read the flar file and go through the upgrade and then come up with this error.
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Discussion started by: psychocandy
2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am using solaris 10 x86. my root and backup slices is having same memory 10 GB and same cylinders numbers . My root and backup cylinders ends at same cylinder number 1031. so for creating a new slice i am giving starting cylinder from 1302 and this is giving me error as "out of range" .... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: bhargav90
Server is sparc solaris 9
I am new into solaris with little experiemce with SVM.
There are 3 file system created on slices of disk c3t0d1. Now i want to scrap all the slices and... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: newsol
how do you get start and end sector of a UFS slice? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: orange47
I have a desktop running on Windows 7. I have added new secondary hard disk. I wanted to install Solaris 10 on the secondary hard drive. Is it possible? So my desktop will be dual bootable? Can it be done?
Thanks for your help. (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: oradba_arun
I have downloaded Solaris. But I can't install it on my 64 bit PC.
It is fraught with installation problems. I gave it up.
I know it will work on SUN Sparc computer. However, it is beyond my budget.
Did you install it successfully on an ordinary PC? (49 Replies)
Discussion started by: Angelo
hello solaris friends,
I've tried installing Sun Solaris 10.0, but everytime it seems to bypass the network config. screen that looks similar to this...here's the url:
I'm able to install it all the way through but I get no... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: cadmiumgreen
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I downloaded the Solaris recommended patched for x86 and tried to install it, but I got the message that I dont have enough disk space. I don't want to install the patches without the option to back out. Anyway I did a df -k and found that my root mount point is in 948MB whereas my /export/home is... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: dangral
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How do I create new disk slices taking space from an existing slice? Right now I have slice 6 (/usr) with 16G. I'd like to create slices 5 (/opt) and 7 (/export/home) and steal space from slice 6.
Thanks (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: kmgrady01