Solaris Common Messages and Troubleshooting Guide


This error can be resolved by configuring the interface to configure automatically at boot time (for example, by creating a /etc/hostname.qe0 file) and rebooting the system.

The following is another solution:

/etc/fw/bin/fwstop                       # Stop firewall 
modinfo | grep fw                        # Get kernel module ID

85 f5e19000  3cc0c  51   1  fw (fw)  

modunload -i 85                          # Unload kernel module

/etc/fw/bin/fwstart                      # Restart firewall

The policy installs correctly now with the following:

# ./fw load ../conf/default.W
default.W: Security Policy Script generated into
Compiled OK.