You can use the ssadm debug_level command to control the printing of debugging information from the SunScreen kernel.
If you type it with no arguments, ssadm debug_level displays the current debug-level mask. By default, this mask is "1," which means it only reports significant errors.
If you specify a hexadecimal number as an argument for ssadm debug_level, it sets the kernel debugging mask to that level.
Type the following to list the debugging bit choices:
# ssadm debug_level ?
Select a ssadm debug_level mask by setting all of the debugging bits in which you are interested.
Probably the most useful example of the ssadm debug_level debugging bit is DEFAULT_DROP.
When using the Java Plug-in for Netscape Navigator, follow the instructions in the Netscape release notes. In particular, you should define the MOZILLA_HOME environment variable and include the Netscape installation directory in your PATH, so you do not have to type the full path name every time you run Netscape.
Perform the following steps to install and configure the Netscape browser for SunScreen administration.
# sh Java_Plugin_File_Name.sh
Save the identitydb.obj file. See "Saving the identitydb.obj File".
Access the SunScreen administration GUI in one of two ways:
Set the CLASSPATH environment variable only if you need to install special Java files in Netscape Communicator.
Communicator uses CLASSPATH to find local .class files. If CLASSPATH is set in your environment, only the .jar files and directories specified in the CLASSPATH are searched. If you set your CLASSPATH, you must make sure that each .jar file in $MOZILLA_HOME/java/classes is listed individually in your CLASSPATH.
After installing the Java Plug-in, save the identitydb.obj file to distribute to the Administration Stations.
Save the file identitydb.obj by going to:
Press your MENU mouse button and save the link as a file.
If your browser does not support this save, access identitydb.obj in the directory: /opt/SUNWicg/SunScreen/admin/htdocs/plugin/plugins/.
If the identitydb.obj file already exists in its proper location, per the following:
UNIX: $HOME single-user Win95: C:\WINDOWS multi-user Win95/98: C:\WINDOWS\PROFILES\username WinNT: C:\WINNT\PROFILES\username
Add SunScreen as an accepted signer.