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|Oracle Solaris 10 9/10 Installation Guide: Network-Based Installations|
This chapter provides examples that illustrate how to use DVD or CD media to install the Solaris OS over the network.
All examples in this chapter have the following conditions.
The install server
Is a network installation image.
Runs the current Solaris release.
Is already part of the site's network and naming service.
You have already gathered or preconfigured the information that you need in order to install. For further information, see Chapter 5, Gathering Information Before Installation or Upgrade (Planning), in Oracle Solaris 10 9/10 Installation Guide: Planning for Installation and Upgrade.
Choose an example from one of the following additional options.
The install client is on the same subnet as the install server. Therefore, you do not need to create a boot server.
The network installation uses a graphical user interface (GUI) in a desktop session.
Network Installation Over a Different Subnet (Examples TBD)
The install client is on the different subnet from the install server. Therefore, you must create a boot server.
The network installation uses a text installer in a desktop session