To perform a silent uninstallation, you must first generate a state file by running a false uninstallation in either graphical or text-based mode. Refer to Generating the Initial State File.
If you are not logged in as root, become superuser.
Navigate to the uninstaller directory:
Solaris OS: /var/sadm/prod/SUNWcomm-entsys5
If you are using the graphical interface of the uninstaller, provide access to your local display. See Running the Uninstaller in Graphical Mode.
Run the silent uninstaller. For example:
./uninstall -no -saveState statefile_path
./uninstall -no -nodisplay -saveState statefile_path
To see the full syntax for the uninstall command, refer to uninstall Command.
Proceed through the uninstaller to completion.
As you respond to the prompts, the uninstaller records your answers in the specified state file. When you complete the uninstallation, the state file is available in the location that you specified. No software has been uninstalled.
Make a copy of the state file for each host on which you are going to perform a silent uninstallation.
Edit each file providing information specific to the host where you will run that silent uninstallation.
For guidelines on editing state files, refer to Editing the State File. Editing the state file might also include generating a state file ID, as explained in Creating a Platform-Appropriate State File ID.