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Not able to login in GUI mode (Solaris)

Discussion in 'Linux and Unix' started by amittal, Jan 2, 2011.

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  1. amittal

    amittal Thread Starter

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    i ran this command :

    /usr/sbin/sconadm register -N // This disable the solaris registry

    a) How i'll enable solaris registry ?
    After this command , i ran <init 6> reboot the system ,but no able to login to GUImode .
    am just getting command line mode for Login .

    b) How i'll get my GUI mode back and Registry diaable means not able to Login through GUI mode??:confused:

    please provide the solution for that.....
     
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  3. amittal

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    Solaris 10
     
  4. TeDiouSish

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    Hmm... I apologize, I cannot help.

    If you register here: http://forums.oracle.com/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=1015
    And post the questions again, I would presume someone could assist you.

    If there is a solution, please mark this as solved, and link to the topic on the other forum.

    Cheers

    *hopes the mods don't mind me suggesting another forum*
     
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    There was also a Report asking the same. I cannot give a general answer covering all cases, but in this case it is fine. After 3 days no Solaris experienced person has replied and I doubt there is much Solaris experience or knowledge among members of this forum.
     
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