When you turn on a system with the JumpStart software already installed (this includes new systems and preinstalled systems that have been installed again) in the Solaris 7 or the Solaris 2.6 operating environments, Solaris Web Start's introductory screen is displayed. You can now exit Solaris Web Start and perform a JumpStart installation.
The Solaris 7 and the Solaris 2.6 operating environments default to a login screen when you initially boot your workstation regardless of which desktop you are using. You can select your desktop from the login screen. The login screen requires the user's name and password.
Upon authentication of your name and password, your desktop displays. For more information about the login screen, see the DtLogin man page (provided with the Solaris CDE man pages) or the Solaris Common Desktop Environment: Advanced User's and System Administrator's Guide (provided with the AnswerBook2 documentation CD-ROM).
A System Administrator who is new to CDE needs to know about CDE's graphical login program (dtlogin). Review the Solaris Common Desktop Environment: Advanced User's and System Administrator's Guide or the dtlogin and dtconfig man pages.
There is a new keyword for JumpStart installations when you select 64-bit support. It is being displayed in the profile as:
If you want to disable 64-bit support, you can select: