[SunHELP] turning on remote X (Solaris 10)

Adam Victor Reed areed2 at calstatela.edu
Mon Aug 6 18:39:20 CDT 2007

$ file `whence netservices`
/usr/sbin/netservices:  executable shell script

Just read the script for the commands to turn on any specific service.

One really ought to be able to pass a specific service name to this
script as an argument.  Why does Sun seem so user-hostile?

				Adam Reed
				areed2 at calstatela.edu
Context matters. Seldom does *anything* have only one cause.

On Mon, Aug 06, 2007 at 11:26:01AM -0500, Reni Berber wrote:
> Chase, Edward F wrote:
> > I've recently setup a Solaris 10 box and in the processes said "No" to
> > turn on all networking services.  Now I'd like to be able to run
> > Hummingbird (an X client) to access the Solaris GUI.  What do I need to
> > do to turn X on?
> Easy way is `netservices open`, but that opens all services, to be more
> selective you probably have to use svcadm and "enable -r" or change
> config/local_only on the required services.
> Sorry I can't be more specific, I haven't done it and I'm not on a Sol-10
> machine right now.
> --
> Reni Berber
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