/tftpboot--Directory containing network bootable images
/etc/dfs/dfstab--File containing file systems exported by NFS
/etc/inet.conf - File containing list of servers that inetd(1M) invokes when it receives an Internet request
/etc/bootparams - File containing per-client boot specifications
/etc/hosts--File containing IP-to-host name mapping
Before running convert4x, make certain that the Ethernet addresses are entered in the /etc/ethers file for the clients you are converting. This is necessary because convert4x invokes the rpc.rarpd(1m) daemon.
As superuser, run convert4x by typing the following command.
Optionally, you can specify a single fully qualified path to the location to an alternate client hierarchy. By default, convert4x looks in /export.
As convert4x runs, it displays information on the screen about the actions taken by the script. It warns you if there are any discrepancies in client information. If there is insufficient information for a given client, convert4x reports the error and exits.