I have a XVR-100 and a USB card installed in my E2900. To enable the graphical console login in Solaris 10 I have done the following post installation: #/usr/dt/bin/dtconfig -e # svcadm enable # ln -s /dev/fbs/pfb0 /dev/fb # fbconfig -xserver Xorg # reboot I did repeat these steps after another install, and had some […]
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This is another thing that I managed to forget, and then I had to remember what I was looking at all over again. Instead of init scripts, Solaris 10 uses services, or SMF. It uses a combination of XML and Shell scripts to start and stop services. In practice, it’s actually really slick […]
Setting up the RSC Console Some sun servers include what’s called an RSC Card. RSC stands for “Remote System Control” and provides a way to “white switch” a server without actually having to be at the facility it’s located at. The RSC Card is basically a self contained computer containing serial ports, ethernet, and a […]
Well hello hello Not too much to report, started moving stuff out and scrapping that last of the junk that’s laying around here so I don’t need to take it with me anywhere. I have been working on potentially securing an office space downtown but with both bank accounts empty I really don’t know how […]