[techtalk] Newbie Solaris/Ultra 5 Question

Phil Savoie Phil.Savoie at learnix.ca
Sat Mar 25 14:33:19 EST 2000

Hi Jennifer,

At the boot prom you should be able to type   boot -s

This will bring you into single user mode.  Through here you should be able 
to access the hard drive to change files as needed.


At 08:31 25/03/2000 -0600, Jennifer L. Zoch wrote:
>I'm hoping someone can help me.  I just got a new Sun Ultra 5 and now I
>can't boot it.  It goes through the boot process and then the screen goes
>blank when it gets to the login window.  I have no idea how to change
>this.  I am never able to login so I can't change config files.  The only
>option I can get to is the OpenBoot ok prompt.  And I don't have a Solaris
>CD so I can't boot from the CD.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>Jennifer L. Zoch
>mailto:jennifer at zoch.net
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>techtalk at linuxchix.org

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