Happy New Year all round.
I started to upgrade from S10 to S10U1 this morning. After
lunch, it got to the first reboot. grub had my disks a bit
wrong (they are out of order in the SCSI bios), but it was an
easy fix to get it to boot off the hard disk.
However, things didn't go much further.
I got a message saying that snmp wasn't configured, and that
was it (well, I gave up after about half an hour). ctrl-c got
me to the login prompt (with a US keyboard layout), but no X
and no continuation of the installation.
I tried running /etc/rc2.d/_S99dtlogin by hand, but it printed
the startup messages, got as far as the black and white
patterned background and bombed back to the command line.
Any ideas what might be wrong, and what to do to continue the
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- --- In email@example.com, "paul\.floyd" <paul.floyd@l...> wrote:
> Happy New Year all round.
> I started to upgrade from S10 to S10U1 this morning. After
> lunch, it got to the first reboot. grub had my disks a bit
> wrong (they are out of order in the SCSI bios), but it was an
> easy fix to get it to boot off the hard disk.
> However, things didn't go much further.
A few more things.
/var/sadm/webstart did not exist at all on reboot, so no wonder
/etc/init.d/webstart couldn't progress much.
I've fixed the keyboard and grub problems, and have managed to get X
In order to get things to progress as intended, I guess that I need to
fix /var/sadm/webstart (e.g., to add bin/setupRoot). Is it possible to
do this by hand?
Plan B, I can mount CD 2 etc and run installer from the CD root