If you're using a CD-ROM drive, insert the Solaris 9 Software 1 of 2 CD
If you're using a net installation image, change directories to where the installation media is located, as in the following example. You might need to check with your network administrator for the location. The following command is an example.
% cd /net/install-svr/export/s9/sparc
Boot the system.
If the system is new, out-of-the-box, turn on the system.
If you want to install or upgrade an existing system, shut down the system.
To boot from the local CD, type:
ok boot cdrom
To boot from an install server on a network, type:
ok boot net
The Solaris suninstall program begins.
If you are prompted, answer the system configuration questions.
If you preconfigured all of the system configuration information, the Solaris suninstall program does not prompt you to enter any configuration information.
Follow the instructions on the screen to install the Solaris software on the system.
When the Solaris suninstall program finishes installing the Solaris software, the system reboots automatically or prompts you to reboot manually.
After the installation is finished, installation logs are saved in a file. You can find the installation logs in the following directories:
If you are upgrading the Solaris software, you might need to correct some local modifications that were not preserved. For detailed instructions, refer to "Solaris suninstall Program Post-Upgrade Task".
(Optional) To install additional software, refer to System Administration Guide: Basic Administration.