If you're not using the Solaris 9 Device Configuration Assistant x86 Platform Edition diskette to boot the system, you can skip this procedure. If you use the Device Configuration Assistant to boot, you need to update the boot diskette. This procedure matches a boot diskette to your release by overwriting the existing diskette or writing to a new diskette.
Insert the Solaris 9 Device Configuration Assistant x86 Platform Edition diskette. This is either the existing diskette that is overwritten or a new diskette.
Update the boot diskette with the latest image for this release.
Eject the boot diskette.
Copy the new boot environment's boot/solaris/bootenv.rc file to the diskette.
cp /a/boot/solaris/bootenv.rc /floppy/floppy0/solaris/bootenv.rc
Check the input-device and output-device on the diskette to ensure that they are correct. If not, then update them.
You are ready to activate the new boot environment.