Re: Installing Solaris 10 on Ultra 10
- From: Christian Schmidt <ChriSchmiLi@xxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 17:21:12 +0200
Desmond Rivet schrieb/wrote:
On 2006-06-22, Sam N <sun@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
May be a dumb question, but did you issue a "boot cdrom"?
Ummm...not a dumb question at all since I'm pretty sure I didn't, seeing
as how I'm not sure what a "boot cdrom" is or how to issue one :) I just
assumed that it was supposed to work like a PC - I just put the CD in
and start the box up.
You need to press Stop-A to get to the OK prompt (Open Boot PROM).
There you can issue "boot cdrom", and your machine will boot from CD.
AFAIK your CD-ROM drive must be assigned the SCSI ID 6.
The OK prompt is similar to the BIOS of a normal PC, but it's got much
more capabilities - and a language of its own (FORTH).
AFAIK it depends on the CPU if Solaris 10 will work with an Ultra 10.
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