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System Administration Guide: Basic Administration
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T

TERM environment variable, Shell Environment
TERMINFO environment variable, Shell Environment
terminology, GRUB, x86: GRUB Terminology
time zone environment variable, Shell Environment
troubleshooting
diskless client general problems, Troubleshooting General Diskless Client Problems
Java Web Console, Troubleshooting the Java Web Console Software
troubleshooting diskless client installation problems, adding missing ARCH=all packages (how to), Troubleshooting Diskless Client Problems
troubleshooting error messages, GRUB based booting, x86: Troubleshooting Error Messages Upon System Boot
troubleshooting Fast Reboot feature, x86: Troubleshooting Conditions That Might Prevent Fast Reboot From Working
ttys (pseudo), User ID Numbers
ttytype pseudo user logins, User ID Numbers
TZ environment variable, Shell Environment

U

uadmin function, Fast Reboot implementation, New uadmin Function
UIDs, Modifying User Accounts
assigning, User ID Numbers
definition, User ID Numbers
large, Using Large User IDs and Group IDs
umask command, Default File Permissions (umask)
UNIX groups, UNIX Groups
unregistering an application from the Java Web Console, How to Unregister a Legacy Application From the Java Web Console
unsigned patches, Signed and Unsigned Patches
when to use, Determining Whether to Apply Signed or Unsigned Patches to Your System
updating the boot archives, mirrored root partition, How to Manually Update the Boot Archive on a RAID-1 (Mirror) Volume
user accounts, What Are User Accounts and Groups?
description
What Are User Accounts and Groups?
User Account Components
disabling/locking
passwords and, Disabling User Accounts
Users Tool, Disabling User Accounts
guidelines for, User's Work Environment
ID numbers
User ID Numbers
User ID Numbers
Modifying User Accounts
login names
User (Login) Names
Modifying User Accounts
name services and
Name Services
Name Services
Where User Account and Group Information Is Stored
setting up
information sheet, Gathering User Information
storage of information for
Name Services
Name Services
user home directories
changing ownership of, Modifying User Accounts
customized initialization files in, Customizing a User's Work Environment
deleting, Deleting User Accounts
description, Home Directories
mounting
automounting, User's Work Environment
mounting (how to), How to Mount a User's Home Directory
nonlocal reference to ($HOME)
Home Directories
Avoiding Local System References
sharing (how to), How to Share a User's Home Directory
user ID numbers
User ID Numbers
User ID Numbers
Modifying User Accounts
user initialization files
Bourne shell, Customizing a User's Work Environment
customizing
Customizing a User's Work Environment
User and Site Initialization Files Examples
adding customized files, Customizing a User's Work Environment
avoiding local system references, Avoiding Local System References
environment variables
Shell Environment
Locale Variables
overview, Customizing a User's Work Environment
shell variables
Shell Environment
Shell Environment
site initialization files, Using Site Initialization Files
user mask setting, Default File Permissions (umask)
default, Customizing a User's Work Environment
description
User's Work Environment
User's Work Environment
Customizing a User's Work Environment
examples, User and Site Initialization Files Examples
shells and
Using Site Initialization Files
Shell Features
User and Site Initialization Files Examples
user key, Signed Packages, Patches, and Software Updates
user login names
changing, Modifying User Accounts
description, User (Login) Names
user logins (pseudo), User ID Numbers
user mask, Default File Permissions (umask)
Users Tool
disabling accounts, Disabling User Accounts
password administration, Administering Passwords
uucp group, User ID Numbers

V

/var/sadm/install/admin directory, Using an Administration File
/var/sadm/patch directory, Managing Solaris Patches
/var/spool/pkg directory
Adding a Software Package to a Spool Directory
How to Add Software Packages to a Spool Directory (pkgadd)
variables
environment
Shell Environment
Locale Variables
shell (local), Shell Environment
verifying
software installation (example of), How to Check the Integrity of Installed Software Packages (pkgchk)
software package installation
pkginfo command, How to Add Software Packages to a Spool Directory (pkgadd)
software package installation with pkginfo command, How to Add Software Packages to a Spool Directory (pkgadd)
viewing
patch lists
using patchadd, How to Display Information About Solaris Patches

W

wcadmin command, Java Web Console, Java Web Console Management Commands
web-based system management applications, Java Web Console, Java Web Console (Overview)
who command
How to Determine Who Is Logged in to a System
Determining a System's Run Level

X

x86: fast reboot, Fast Reboot on the x86 Platform
x86: Fast Reboot
feature description, x86: Fast Reboot Implementation
x86: fast reboot
how to initiate on a directly mounted disk, x86: How to Initiate a Fast Reboot of a Directly Mounted Root Disk or Root Dataset
how to initiate to an alternate boot environment
OpenSolaris OS, x86: Initiating a Fast Reboot to an Alternate Boot Environment in the OpenSolaris 2008.11 OS
x86: Fast Reboot
troubleshooting conditions that prevent a fast reboot, x86: Troubleshooting Conditions That Might Prevent Fast Reboot From Working
using the reboot -e command to initiate, x86: Initiating a Fast Reboot to an Alternate Boot Environment
x86 boot features, iSCSI boot, x86: iSCSI Boot
x86 boot options, booting from a ZFS root file system, x86: Boot Options That Support Booting From a ZFS Root File System

Z

-Z boot option, booting a ZFS root file system on SPARC platform, Booting From a ZFS Root File System on a SPARC Based System
-Z option, ZFS boot options, SPARC: Boot Options That Support Booting From a ZFS Root File System
ZFS booting on SPARC platform, boot options used, Booting From a ZFS Root File System on a SPARC Based System
ZFS root file system, booting from on SPARC platform, Booting From a ZFS Root File System on a SPARC Based System
zones, restrictions on adding and removing packages and patches, Restrictions on Adding and Removing Software Packages and Patches for Solaris Releases That are Not Zones Aware
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