Solaris10

sys-unconfig: Reconfiguring network settings on a Solaris box

This command will unconfig a solaris box back to its original state. It takes you back to the original setup for the network settings for the box. You will be prompted for the ip address, default route, etc just as if you were re-installing the operating system.

Command:

#sys-unconfig

Output:

/# sys-unconfig

WARNING

This program will unconfigure your system. It will cause it

to revert to a “blank” system – it will not have a name or know

about other systems or networks.

This program will also halt the system.

Do you want to continue (y/n) ? n

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VNCserver on Solaris

Install & configure Xvncserver on Solaris10 OS

You will find SFWvnc package from Solaris10 companion-i386-sol10 CD  You can download it from

http://www.realvnc.com/ or install it with command

bash-3.00# pkgadd -d . SFWvnc

and after install vncserver on Solaris you will have service FMRI for it

svcs -a | grep -i x11

svc:/application/x11/xvcn-inetd:default

and edit 2 files

1 – vi /etc/services or

echo  > vnc-server      5900/tcp       #Xvnc Server Added by Hosam

2 – vi /etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf

[xdmcp]

Enable = true

[Security]

DisallowTCP = false

AllowRoot = true

AllowRemoteRoot = true

and just run the service from FMRI

svcadm enable svc:/application/x11/xvnc-inetd:default

and try to run vncview from any platform to connect to Solaris BOX 😉