[rescue] Sun4U - Solaris ISO, boot device options
ejb at trick-1.net
Fri Sep 3 18:17:29 CDT 2021
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> On 4 Sep 2021, at 08:34, Dan Moisa <dmoisa at gmail.com> wrote:
> o;?To this day I haven't been able to install Solaris successfully off a
> Linux server. *BSD yes, but Solaris always gets something wrong. I ended up
> even trying Solaris out of a qemu because of this, and still the most
> reliable thing is a SCSI2SD emulating cdrom.
> Can anyone that successfully do Solaris netinstall with a Linux host send
> their nfs config, export, directory listing so I can see what I'm getting
>> On Fri, Sep 3, 2021, 13:37 Jonathan Katz <jon at jonworld.com> wrote:
>> Archive.org will have ISOs. You can run a jumpstart server from a Linux
>> or VM, even so you donb t need to worry about a local SCSI CD.
>>> On Fri, 3 Sep 2021 at 21:29, Lionel Peterson <lionel4287 at gmail.com>
>>> Now that I'm about to be down to one Ultra 60 System, I'm going to be
>>> to bringing my system back to life.
>>> I'm curious about getting an ISO for a system of this vintage (Solaris 10
>>> supported, right?), and what are reasonable options if the SCSI drive
>>> is toast?
>>> I'm no where near sitting down and bringing it back to life, I'm just
>>> thru the options.
>>> Intended use is to simply have a reasonably quiet Solaris box running on
>>> hardware on my home net - I don't need crazy performance, but I'd like
>>> system to be a decent performer.
>>> Any advice, pointers appreciated.
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