[zones-discuss] Package minimization question

2008-12-12 Thread Christine Tran
Cross-posted, pardon me for duplicates. I'm building a system starting with SUNWCrnet, it needs zones and TX. Using the fine Solaris Package Companion tool, I'm down to the following: [C] SUNWCzoneXXSolaris Zones [P] SUNWzoner PASSEDSolaris Zones (Root)

Re: [zones-discuss] zone p2v proposal

2008-12-12 Thread Mike Gerdts
On Mon, Dec 8, 2008 at 9:43 AM, Jerry Jelinek gerald.jeli...@sun.com wrote: The native brand installer will accept the following new arguments: -a {path} - specifies a path to an archive to unpack into the zone -d {path} - specifies a path to a tree of files as the source for the

Re: [zones-discuss] zone p2v proposal

2008-12-12 Thread Jerry Jelinek
Mike Gerdts wrote: On Mon, Dec 8, 2008 at 9:43 AM, Jerry Jelinek gerald.jeli...@sun.com wrote: The native brand installer will accept the following new arguments: -a {path} - specifies a path to an archive to unpack into the zone -d {path} - specifies a path to a tree of files as

Re: [zones-discuss] Package minimization question

2008-12-12 Thread Glenn Faden
Christine, From the package list I assume you are running Solaris 10, not OpenSolaris. I suppose you can leave out the X11-related packages, but it isn't a valid assumption that a headless system doesn't need these packages. X11 applications can be remotely displayed using X protocol, or via

Re: [zones-discuss] Package minimization question

2008-12-12 Thread Alan Coopersmith
Christine Tran wrote: Cross-posted, pardon me for duplicates. I'm building a system starting with SUNWCrnet, it needs zones and TX. x [P] SUNWj5rt JDK 5.0 Runtime Env. (1.5.0_14) [...] I wonder if the X Window, Motif, CDE and Text Layout is *really* necessary. I don't have a

Re: [zones-discuss] zone p2v proposal

2008-12-12 Thread Mike Gerdts
On Fri, Dec 12, 2008 at 6:45 PM, Jerry Jelinek gerald.jeli...@sun.com wrote: Mike Gerdts wrote: On Mon, Dec 8, 2008 at 9:43 AM, Jerry Jelinek gerald.jeli...@sun.com wrote: The native brand installer will accept the following new arguments: -a {path} - specifies a path to an archive