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INIT commands with Solaris.

INIT commands initializes the commands which are scheduled and run accordingly to get the required results. INIT is also known as first process in UNIX and Linux operating systems. This command below represents the process PID 1 [symple_box color="gray" text_align="left" width="100%" float="none"] bash-3.2# which init /usr/sbin/init The INIT’s config file can be located in bash-3.2#

By |2020-07-20T23:15:51+05:30February 3rd, 2014|Categories: Solaris, Unix|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on INIT commands with Solaris.

Initialization and OpenBoot in Solaris.

These commands will help you in Single user mode and at the boot time. To boot the system. [symple_box color="gray" text_align="left" width="100%" float="none"] # boot [/symple_box] Perform diagnostics on hardware and devices. [symple_box color="gray" text_align="left" width="100%" float="none"] # diag [/symple_box] Test network connectivity. [symple_box color="gray" text_align="left" width="100%" float="none"] # watch-net [/symple_box] When modified server hardware

By |2020-07-20T23:15:51+05:30February 2nd, 2014|Categories: Solaris, Unix|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Initialization and OpenBoot in Solaris.

How to install VMWare tools in Solaris virtual machine.

When you are using Solaris in VMWare workstation, it is important to install VMWare tools with the operating system you are using so you could adjust the resolution. By installing this VMWare tool you can avoid pressing CTRL+ALT button to adjust the screen window. Click on the message which you get about VMWare tools. VMWare

By |2020-07-20T23:15:51+05:30February 1st, 2014|Categories: Solaris, Unix|Tags: , , |Comments Off on How to install VMWare tools in Solaris virtual machine.

Working with Files and Directories in Unix and Linux

While working with files and directories in Unix and Linux, you will need to use copy paste or move commands which can help you to manage the files more easily. Copying Files $ cp option source target -i: Prevents from accidently overwriting of existing file, gives a yes or no prompt. -r: Include the contents

By |2020-07-20T23:16:21+05:30August 2nd, 2013|Categories: Unix and Linux Beginner|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Working with Files and Directories in Unix and Linux