[rescue] Solaris for PrimePower 250?
adh at an.bradford.ma.us
Wed Apr 24 14:00:27 CDT 2013
" From: microcode at zoho.com
" On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 11:26:01AM -0700, Ian Finder wrote:
" > It's reasonably self explanatory on Solaris:
" > # format
" > Follow prompts.
" Yes, that's true. But I was talking about how to open another shell from
" inside the installer.
i concede i'm assuming he's using the graphic installer and not the
i haven't had the pleasure of 10 or 11 yet, but on all the installers
from sunos4 up to solaris 8, you can simply right-click over the
desktop and a menu with a shell window option will appear under the
" > On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 11:21 AM, <microcode at zoho.com> wrote:
" > > On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 02:11:26PM -0400, Sandwich Maker wrote:
" > >> " From: microcode at zoho.com
" > >> "
" > >> " On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 10:48:21AM -0500, Dr. Robert Pasken wrote:
" > >> " > If the disks do not have a Sun format label you will get a message
" > >> " > about no disks, BUT you should also see a message to the effect that
" > >> " > the disks are unlabeled. Then usual practive I followed was to boot
" > >> " > single user writeable and format the disks. That usually solved that
" > >> " > kind of problem.
" > >> "
" > >> " I think you should be able to do that once the installer exits back to the
" > >> " shell without having to boot into single user mode.
" > >>
" > >> you don't even have to wait. before you get to that failure, open a
" > >> shell window alongside the install one and format them there, then
" > >> continue with the install.
" > >
" > > Uh, it might help if you tell him how to do that :-)
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