The following procedure assumes the NIS+ domain is set up. Setting up the NIS+ domain is documented in the System Administration Guide: Naming and Directory Services (DNS, NIS, and LDAP).
Log in to a name server as superuser or as a user in the NIS+ administration group.
# nistbladm -D access=og=rmcd,nw=r -c locale_tbl name=SI,nogw= locale=,nogw= comment=,nogw= locale.org_dir.`nisdefaults -d`
# nistbladm -a name=namelocale=locale comment=comment locale.org_dir.`nisdefaults -d`
Either the domain name or a specific system name for which you want to preconfigure a default locale.
The locale you want to install on the system and use on the desktop after the system is rebooted. International Language Environments Guide contains a list of valid locales.
The comment field. Use double quotation marks to begin and end comments that are longer than one word.
Systems that are specified by domain or individually in the locale table are now set up to use the default locale. The default locale you specified is used during installation and by the desktop after the system is rebooted.
If you plan to use the NIS+ name service in an installation over the network, you need to set up an installation server and add the system as an installation client. For more information, see Chapter 4, Installing From the Network (Overview).
If you plan to use the NIS+ name service in a custom JumpStart installation, you need to create a profile and a rules.ok file. For more information, see Chapter 2, Custom JumpStart (Overview), in Solaris 10 10/09 Installation Guide: Custom JumpStart and Advanced Installations.
For more information about the NIS+ name service, see System Administration Guide: Naming and Directory Services (NIS+).