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Sun Fire X2270 M2 Server Installation Guide for Oracle Solaris Operating System
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Document Information

Preface

Related Books

About This Documentation (PDF and HTML)

Documentation Comments

Download Server System Tools and Drivers

Documents History

Planning the Oracle Solaris Operating System Installation

Task Map for Oracle Solaris 10 OS Installation

Supported Versions of Oracle Solaris 10 OS

Preinstalled Oracle Solaris 10 OS Image

Oracle Solaris Installation Methods

How to Install From the Local Console

How to Install From a Remote Console

How to Install From Local Boot Media

How to Redirect Boot Media From a Remote Storage Device

PXE Installation

Installation Targets

Verifying BIOS Settings for New Installations

How to View or Edit BIOS Settings for New Installations

Installing Oracle Solaris 10 OS

How to Install Oracle Solaris 10 OS Using Local or Remote Media

Post Oracle Solaris Installation Configuration

Installing System Device Driver(s) to Support Additional Hardware

How to Install System Device Drivers Using Local or Remote Media

How to Install the System Device Driver Using a Network Share or USB Device

Installing Critical Oracle Solaris Patches

Index

How to Install System Device Drivers Using Local or Remote Media

Before You Begin

Obtain a tools and drivers CD/DVD, or an equivalent ISO image.

If you use the remote installation method, you must set up and configure a Sun ILOM Remote Console session. For more information about redirecting devices to the Sun ILOM Remote Console, see How to Install From Local Boot Media or How to Redirect Boot Media From a Remote Storage Device.

  1. Do one of the following:

    Either:

    • Insert the Tools & Drivers CD into the local or remote CD/DVD-ROM drive.

    • In the Device menu of the Sun ILOM Remote Console, select CD-ROM image to specify the location of the ISO image.

  2. Change to the mounted CD/DVD directory by typing the following command:

    # cd <mount_point>/drivers/solaris/sx86

  3. Run the install script by typing the following command:

    # sh install.sh

    The system device driver(s) are now installed. The script prompts you to reboot the system for changes to take effect.

  4. Reboot your server.