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  • 1. SMC on Web Browser
    Hi All Gurus, I am using Solaris 10 , i want to access the smc on the browser so how it would be work on the browser when i type http:.//servername:898 it give the SMC screen and mention that access from the console is there any way to access the smc on web browser so i can do administration of server via browser . i started smcwebbroswer daemon , but till its not working smc version 2.1 is there. any one can help on it.. thanks in advance.. regards, nikunj
  • 2. Solaris / Sparc path to hard disk drive
    Try /dev/rdsk/c0t3d0s2 (add the rdsk). "Steven Endres" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message news: XXXX@XXXXX.COM ... > Okay, another newbie question here... > > I'm wanting to use BCWipe (the Linux and UNIX version) to clean the hard > drives on some Sun servers. Their instructions state as an example: > bcwipe -bvmd /dev/hda > will wipe the entire /dev/hda disk using U.S. DoD 5200.28-STD scheme. > Which > looks like it would be fine for Linux, but not Solaris. > > How would I determine the correct path to the hard drive on Solaris? I > thought it would be /dev/c0t3d0s2, the overlap slice for target 3, but > running BCWipe on that seems to terminate very quickly (<1 second), > whereas > it should take quite a while to overwrite the hard drive seven times. > > Thanks for your help... > > >
  • 3. Solaris 10 (u3) Blade 100 - Problems/faults/defects on every PCI device.
    I have installed u3 onto the Blade 100, not long after I started to see error messages pop-up. First it complained about the RAM, and now it is detecting driver/hardware faults in just about every PCI device. The error message ID: PCI-8000-42, with an event ID of 00fe4e41-2b83-48da-849b-eabc5513f362. When I run fmdump -v -u on the above event ID, I get 1726 lines (dividing by 5 lines) I get 345 devices listed. Is the stock standard Blade 100 incompatible with S10? If so, what needs to be done to bring it up to a level that will support S10?
  • 4. Is pam_dhkeys necessary? (LDAP Solaris9)
    Hi I set up padl pam_ldap, nss_ldap on Solaris9. By the LDAP certification, a user got possible to log in to a server by telnet. However, I had to write a description of pam_ldap before than pam_dhkeys on pam.conf whether I commented out pam_dhkeys.so.1. The LDAP certification does not act if I do not do so it. It seems that pam_dhkeys gives back an error surely. Will pam_dhkeys be a necessary module in LDAP certification? Thakns! tsuyoshi

Sun Forums and other resources for developers

Postby Richard Friedman » Wed, 23 Feb 2005 16:51:18 GMT

Just want to point out that there are a number of forums on the sun.com site
that may be helpful for software developers on Solaris:

 http://www.**--****.com/ 

Registration is free.

There are individual forums on these topics:


		
Solaris OS

   	Solaris 10
   	  	General Solaris 10 Discussion
   	  	DTrace
   	  	Predictive Self-Healing
   	  	Solaris Zones
   	  	High Performance Networking

   	Clustering

   	Driver Development

   	Installation

   	Java[tm] Runtime Environment (JRE)

   	Kernel

   	Solaris[tm] (x86 Platform Edition)

   	Solstice Enterprise Agents

   	Windows NT Migration

   	Mozilla Browser

   	Solaris 9 Discussion

Developer Tools

   	Sun Studio Fortran/HPTC

   	Sun Studio C

   	Sun Studio C++

   	Java Technology

   	Sun Studio Performance Tools

   	Sun Studio Debugging Tools

Big Admin

   	Talk to the Sysop

   	Sun StorEdge Discussion

   	Sun StorEdge Software Discussion

   	Sun Management Center


Also, don't forget to check
 http://www.**--****.com/ , and
 http://www.**--****.com/ ++/Fortran resources

--Richard Friedman   Sun Studio Compiler Documentation, etc. etc. etc.

Re: Sun Forums and other resources for developers

Postby Boyd Adamson » Thu, 24 Feb 2005 17:21:52 GMT

Richard Friedman < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > writes:


I don't suppose that there's any chance they will ever be gatewayed to
some less painful interface.

Re: Sun Forums and other resources for developers

Postby Alan Coopersmith » Fri, 25 Feb 2005 01:59:27 GMT

Boyd Adamson < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > writes in comp.unix.solaris:
|Richard Friedman < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > writes:
|> Just want to point out that there are a number of forums on the sun.com site
|> that may be helpful for software developers on Solaris:
|>
|>  http://www.**--****.com/ 
|>
|> Registration is free.
|>
|> There are individual forums on these topics:
|> <snip>
|
|I don't suppose that there's any chance they will ever be gatewayed to
|some less painful interface.

They now have RSS feeds, which lessens one of the huge pains which makes
web forums horrible to use - you can follow them in your RSS feed reader
with all your other feeds instead of having to go back and check
regularly to see whats new.   Unfortunately, they're still web forums.
(Besides, I think you're still much more likely to find a Sun engineer
who knows what they're talking about here than there - I only rarely 
pop my head in there to answer the occasional X question.)

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
Alan Coopersmith *  XXXX@XXXXX.COM  *  XXXX@XXXXX.COM 
  http://www.**--****.com/ ~alanc/   *    http://www.**--****.com/ 
  Working for, but definitely not speaking for, Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Re: Sun Forums and other resources for developers

Postby Dragan Cvetkovic » Fri, 25 Feb 2005 02:06:42 GMT

Alan Coopersmith < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > writes:


Sun forums seem to be non-function today. I keep getting the following
message

        There has been a technical problem. Please contact the webmaster or
        try again. 

the whole day today.

Dragan

-- 
Dragan Cvetkovic, 

To be or not to be is true. G. Boole      No it isn't.  L. E. J. Brouwer

!!! Sender/From address is bogus. Use reply-to one !!!

Re: Sun Forums and other resources for developers

Postby Roland Mainz » Thu, 03 Mar 2005 15:30:49 GMT



Yeah... something like a news interface or real mailinglist would be
nice (the current interface wins various awards for being a pain... ;-()
...

----

Bye,
Roland

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Re: Sun Forums and other resources for developers

Postby Paul Floyd » Tue, 08 Mar 2005 04:39:43 GMT

On Wed, 02 Mar 2005 07:30:49 +0100, Roland Mainz



One feature that I 'like' is the way that a lot of programming
punctuation (colons, angle brackets) either get left out or get
converted into smileys or similar things.

A bientot
Paul
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Paul Floyd                  http://www.**--****.com/  (for what it's worth)
Surgery: ennobled Gerald.



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