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Oracle Solaris 11 Express Release Notes     Oracle Solaris 11 Express 11/10
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Document Information


1.  Installation Issues

2.  Runtime Issues

General Information

Performing Oracle Solaris Administration Tasks as a Privileged User

System Administration

System Hangs During iSCSI Boot After Installation on an iSCSI Device (6974162)

Default dumpadm Configuration Is Not Set to Capture Crash Dumps (5003)

Desktop Issues

Brasero Crashes Upon Burning an ISO Image (6988688)

Unresponsive Scroll Bar in Thunderbird (17274)

Gksu Does Not Report Expired Password (6995127)

Distorted Text Seen in the Lock Screen Dialog Box for the pt_BR.UTF-8 Locale (6986685)

Localization Issues

Japanese Characters Might Not Display Correctly in Java Applications

Live CD Includes Only One Locale Per Language

Input Method Preference Editor Help Fails to Load (8880)

3.  Documentation Issues

4.  End-of-Software Support Statements

General Information

This section provides general information that pertains to runtime issues in the Oracle Solaris 11 Express release.

Performing Oracle Solaris Administration Tasks as a Privileged User

Performing Oracle Solaris administration tasks often requires elevated privileges. A recommended practice is to delegate privileges or rights to specific user accounts rather than provide root or superuser access for all administration purposes.

In this Oracle Solaris release, consider the following methods for performing administration tasks as a privileged user: