If no user account is created root will be a regular user The Installation

If no user account is created root will be a regular

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If no user account is created, root will be a regular user. The Installation Summary screen: Start the installation. The Installation Complete screen appears. Select reboot (do not panic when the Welcome Screen briefly reappears). AFTER INITIAL REBOOT After reboot insert EIS-DVD. Log in as user root or as the created user & change to root : su - root Run setup-standard : The setup-standard script on EIS- DVDs works for: ≤21OCT15: Solaris 11.2 only, =16SEP15 or 21OCT15: Solaris 11.2 & 11.3. Subsequent releases are for Solaris 11.3 only. # cd /media/eisdvd/sun/install # sh setup-standard.sh Refer also to MOS Document ID 1006990.1 for importance of Explorer data & correct configuration. Log out & back in to set environment. Alternative: . /root/.profile Fix sendmail messages "My unqualified host name unknown" (only if DNS not in use). See MOS Document ID 1008734.1 . Activate DNS or edit /etc/hosts and append a fully-qualified hostname e.g. < hostname>.somewhere.com to the hostname IP-address entry. Oracle Internal and Approved Partners Only Page 7 of 25 Vn 1.10 Created: 29. Jun. 2017
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INFORMATION ORACLE SOLARIS 11 REPOSITORIES In order to be able to update the Solaris 11 OS you require access to: The Solaris 11 Release Repository (“release repo”) for Solaris 11.3 AND The Solaris 11.3 Support Repository Update (SRU). This may be achieved in several ways: 1. If the customer has a valid support contract for the system being installed (unlikely for a newly-delivered system) and the system has connectivity to the Internet then the system can be configured to use the Oracle Solaris 11 Support Repository. Refer to page 9 of this checklist. 2. If the new system has access to the Internet you can leave the default configuration for the “release repo” and copy the current incremental SRU from the EIS-DVD onto the local system. Refer to page 9 of this checklist. 3. If the customer has a copy of the “release repo” available either on the local system or on his local network you can point the publisher to this and copy the current incremental SRU from the EIS-DVD onto the local system – suitable for “Secure Sites”. Refer to page 10 of this checklist. 4. A variant on (3) is that the customer (with a Support Contract) also has the latest SRU available on his local network – possibly even integrated into his own support repository. There are many possible variations to this scheme. The first three possibilities are described on the following pages. Factory Installation: We understand that a system that has been pre-installed with Solaris 11 will have the publisher set thus: # pkg publisher PUBLISHER TYPE STATUS URI solaris origin online solaris mirror online Fresh Installation: By default the system is set to connect to the release repository made available by Oracle on the Internet to customers: # pkg publisher PUBLISHER TYPE STATUS URI solaris origin online When the publishers are configured on a system there is a 'short hand' option (-p) that allows for the publisher on the system to be configured based upon the actual
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