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Solaris is a Unix operating system originally developed by Sun Microsystems (currently owned by Oracle) as a rebranding of SunOS 4.1.x in 1991.

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How do I set Keyboard and profile preferences when connecting to Solaris via SSH?

I'm connecting to a Solaris box from Mac OS X. Whenever I have connected to linux boxes in the past it has been much easier to navigate around. How do I fix these configuration issues on Solaris? ...
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SSH Do not connect even with publickeys installed

I'm trying to connect two servers. I got the id_dsa.pub key from user john from server A and paste into authorized_keys of user mike from server B. Then I tried to connect from server A to server B ...
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list header files used by a project compiled with gcc along with hierarchy

I currently have a C++ project that spans two different source control systems. Without checking in the full complete source code from the first system into the second system I plan to check in just ...
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How to enable (format) a disk in SunOS then add it to a DiskGroup?

SERVER # vxdisk list DEVICE TYPE DISK GROUP STATUS c1t0d0s2 auto:none - - online invalid c1t1d0s2 auto:none - - ...
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Using grep -v on multiple arguments

Is there a simpler way to do this? grep -v foo file | grep -v bar There're probably very elegant ways to do it with egrep, but how to go with plain old grep? EDIT: grep -v 'foo\|bar' file seems to ...
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ssh tunneling a local display to another server

I have a GUI test stand simulation connected to some hardware that is under test. The test stand is a Sun Sparc Ultra 2 SunOs 5.7. The simulation software checks to see if your running your display on ...
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dual boot solaris with ubuntu?

I have installed Solaris on my x86 machine (taking 100gb of 500gb). Now I have installed Ubuntu on the system (in another 100gb). I want to make primary OS as Solaris. I know setting have to be done ...
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When does UNIX “defrag”? (specifically Solaris)

On Windows, there is Disk Defragmentor that runs every so often to make files contiguous again. I explain this to users in lay-men terms, but at the same time, I would like to mention yet another +1 ...
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How can I get a copy of /var for SunOS 5.5.1

I had a problem on my SunOS 5.5.1 installation, so I tried to restore from a backup. After the restoration completed, /var was empty. I have another workstation with the same OS. How could I get a ...
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Comparing two directories in different servers

We copy our production code and data files to a testing server on a weekly basis. It can take hours, and sometimes it hasn't finished. What is the best method to confirm that the directories have ...
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What is SSH - the protocol and what is ssh - the utility?

What is SSH - the protocol? What is ssh - the unix utility and how does it work? How is SSH protocol related to SFTP? What is sshd? Does the command su use ssh or sshd?
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Installing individual packages from Solaris .iso

I need to update the following packages: SUNWjaf SUNWjato SUNWjmail I read that the updated versions of these packages can be found on the latest version of Solaris, and that it's possible to just ...
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How to trace a process to original user?

Say, on a Solaris server, user1 logs in, switches to someother user, say sruser, using su - and then starts a process of id X. And then another user user2 logs in, switches to sruser the same way and ...
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ps command not giving output in home directory

I am logging into a solaris server, switching to bash, then switching to another user "sruser" and switching to bash. /home/batch/sruser/ is the home directory of the user "sruser". The issue is ps ...
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What is the minimum version for liblgrp support on Solaris

What is the minimum version of Solaris SunOS that supports liblgrp?
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Is knowing Linux required to learn Unix

Is it required to know Linux to learn other Unix. I don't know Linux but I am planning to learn Sun Solaris.
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Solaris find previous log line

We are running solaris 10 at work. What I'd like to do is find the line previous to another line. Real live example. I can find out that some of our requests are timing out with the following query. ...
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Quantify unix responsiveness

I am one of the n users of a shared unix machine. For reasons unknown, the machine is not "responsive" enough. For example, it is slow on interactive commands, it takes few noticeable moments for any ...
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What are you going to do with your OpenSolaris machines?

I have a file server running OpenSolaris (mainly for ZFS, which I really love), but since Oracle has abandoned it, I'm starting to think about what I'm going to do with the OS on that machine. ...