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Getting Started With Oracle Solaris 11 Express     Oracle Solaris 11 Express 11/10
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Document Information

1.  Exploring Oracle Solaris 11 Express

2.  Preparing to Install Oracle Solaris 11 Express

3.  Installing Oracle Solaris 11 Express

4.  Verifying and Finalizing Your Installed System

5.  Understanding Users and Roles

6.  Managing System Services

7.  Setting Up Your Application Development Environment

8.  Keeping Your System Up-To-Date

Updating Software Packages on Your System

Updating Individual Software Packages on Your System by Using pkg Commands

Managing Multiple Boot Environments

Why Use Multiple Boot Environments?

Managing Boot Environments by Using Package Manager

How to Manage Boot Environments From the Desktop

Related Information

A.  Managing the GRUB Menu in the Oracle Solaris Release

B.  Troubleshooting the Oracle Solaris 11 Express Release


Chapter 8

Keeping Your System Up-To-Date

After you have installed Oracle Solaris, you can add, remove, and update packages on your system. You can update individual packages, or you can update all of those packages in an image that have updates available by using either the IPS GUI tools (Package Manager and Update Manager) or the IPS CLI.