[kde-solaris] kde-solaris Digest, Vol 54, Issue 4
Michael.Schuster at Sun.COM
Wed Sep 12 17:58:20 CEST 2007
Adriaan de Groot wrote:
> On Wednesday 12 September 2007, GBS - Hari wrote:
>> Recently I installed Solaris 5.10 on my i86 Machine and its not
note: it's either "Solaris 10" or, when talking about the core OS (and not
the whole operating environment), "SunOS 5.10".
>> supporting GUI. for this I need to bye supported display card. But I want
>> to use Solaris without GUI. for this what I have to do please help in this
> This isn't really the list for that, though. Install with the text installer,
> disable X (however you do that in Solaris, although I thought that if your
> display wasn't supported that the console login would remain). Or log in
> quick before X starts :)
I have never actually tried this before, so I may be wrong (well ... I may
even be wrong when talking about things I've tried, but that's beside the
During installation, you should be able to (de)select components you want
If that doesn't work, or you just don't want to use the graphical login,
you can select "console login" on one of the drop down menues on the
graphical login screen.
once you're logged in, you can do
svcadm disable svc:/application/graphical-login/cde-login:default
Recursion, n.: see 'Recursion'
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