[zones-discuss] Configure a zone through sysidcfg

2009-08-14 Thread v
I created an exclusive IP zone. Now I want to configure it using sysidcfg and avoid the prompts at the initial login. I created the below sysidcfg file: timezone=US/Eastern system_locale=C terminal=xterms network_interface=vnic1 {dhcp protocol_ipv6=yes} root_password=abc123

Re: [zones-discuss] Configure a zone through sysidcfg

2009-08-14 Thread Jordan Vaughan
On 08/14/09 02:55 PM, v wrote: I created an exclusive IP zone. Now I want to configure it using sysidcfg and avoid the prompts at the initial login. I created the below sysidcfg file: timezone=US/Eastern system_locale=C terminal=xterms network_interface=vnic1 {dhcp protocol_ipv6=yes}

Re: [zones-discuss] Configure a zone through sysidcfg

2009-08-14 Thread Derek McEachern
Does the information in this thread help: http://www.opensolaris.org/jive/thread.jspa?threadID=108000tstart=0 On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 4:55 PM, v no-re...@opensolaris.org wrote: I created an exclusive IP zone. Now I want to configure it using sysidcfg and avoid the prompts at the initial

Re: [zones-discuss] Configure a zone through sysidcfg

2009-08-14 Thread v
So, I uninstalled the zone, reinstalled it, booted it, and there you go... I had the etc directory (and a bunch other directories) under root. Then, I created sysidcfg file in the etc directory. Logged in using: zlogin -C zone1 However, it goes straight into the configuration again (starting