execute- eeprom output-device=screen:r1024x768x60 - execute-eeprom input-device= eyboard - restart- reboot /usr/openwin

/bin Solaris Configuration: Solaris 8, Solaris 9, Solaris 10 For XDMCP connection to Sun Solaris 1. XDM Configuration # /usr/dt/bin/dtconfig -e [Enable] 2. Firewall (TCP/UDP Ports) Configuration Open UDP port 177 from the PC to the remote host direction. Open incoming TCP ports 6000~6010 from the remote host to your PC

I have the following in my .bash_profile that ta es care of this: DISPLAYHOST=$(who -mu | aw '{print $8}' | sed 's/(//' | sed 's/)//') DISPLAYHOST=${DISPLAYHOST%%:0.0} DISPLAY=$DISPLAYHOST:0.0; export DISPLAY echo "DISPLAY has been set to $DISPLAY" unable to load lsi logic corp mpt bios MPT bios fault 09th encountered at adapter pci bash-3.2# eeprom ttya-rts-dtr-off=false ttya-ignore-cd=true eyboard-layout=US-English reboot-command: data not available. security-mode=none security-password: data not available. security-#badlogins=0 verbosity=min diag-switch?=false local-mac-address?=true fcode-debug?=false scsi-initiator-id=7 oem-logo: data not available. oem-logo?=false oem-banner: data not available. oem-banner?=false ansi-terminal?=true screen-#columns=80 screen-#rows=34 ttya-mode=9600,8,n,1,output-device=virtual-console input-device=virtual-console auto-boot-on-error?=false load-base=16384 auto-boot?=true networ -boot-arguments: data not available. boot-command=boot boot-file: data not available. boot-device=/pci@400/pci@1/pci@0/pci@4/scsi@0/dis @w5000cca0251617e9,0:a dis ne t multipath-boot?=false boot-device-index=0








2# .use-nvramrc?=false nvramrc: data not available. error-reset-recovery=boot bash-3.

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