I once did set up OpenSolaris 2009.06 with OHAC in VirtualBox, and as far as I
remember, even after the install of the OHAC, I still had a graphical GUI. The
system, on which I did set it up, only had 2GB of RAM, so it was real slow,
but at least it did work... But, I didn't do anything more with it (so, no
zones, no applications, no nothing...)
More below... ;-)
You (gaurav saxena) wrote:
> 2010/6/29 Matthias Pfützner <matth...@pfuetzner.de>
> > Even in Solaris 10, there's the FMA or SMF, so there no longer is any need
> > for
> > a "startx"... ;-)
> Ok I got that now. :)
> > That then implies, that on the console of the systems, if they have a
> > graphics
> > card, you should see an ordinary graphical login screen...
> I am using opensolaris on virtualbox not on real system. Graphics was
> working perfectly before I installed cluster using scinstall so I thought
> may be its because of that.
> > If not, it fails for some bizarre reasons, and therefore you should check
> > the
> > X log files:
> > cat /var/log/Xorg.0*
> I did cat /var/log/Xorg.log that was the file on my system its a very large
> file and contains all the information about the various drivers and all. I
> was able to find details about the video driver and all and there were no
> problems logged.
There are two such files, right?
-bash-3.2$ ls /var/log/Xorg.0*
What are the end couple of lines of the /var/log/Xorg.0.log file? And, what's
the date of the file, aka:
ls -al /var/log/Xorg.0.log
> > But, I assume, what you really wanted was a remote login, right? Assuming,
> > that your systems are connected to a network (otherwise the cluster would
> > not
> > work properly), you can log into the system via SSH (telnet is disabled by
> > default!), and as an ordinary user (remote root login is disabled also by
> > default), and then use
> > pfexec su -
> > to become root...
> I think I can use my host system to connect to the opensolaris in virtualbox
> I will try this thanks for this suggestion. :)
> > Yes, there's no startx, as that's done via the SMF stuff, but "xhost +"
> > (remember, there's a space between the "xhost" and the "+") should work, as
> > long as you had been logged in via the GUI... ;-)
> Its still giving an error :
> bash: xhost : command not found
> > And you also can remotely directly log into the zones via ssh into their
> > respective IP-adresses or network names...
> > -bash-3.2$ which xhost
> > /usr/X11/bin/xhost
> > -bash-3.2$
> > So, all this has nothing to do with cluster... ;-)
> > Matthias
> > --
> > Matthias Pfützner | mailto:pfu...@germany | Keith Packard said:
> > @work: +49 6103 752-394 | @home: +49 6151 75717 | R5 is different from R4.
> > SunCS, Amp?restraße 6 | Lichtenbergstraße 73 | That's why we changed the
> > 63225 Langen, FRG | 64289 Darmstadt, FRG | release number :-)
> Ok I try doing ssh.
> Thanks and Regards ,
> Gaurav Saxena
Matthias Pfützner | mailto:pfu...@germany | And no matter what hard-
@work: +49 6103 752-394 | @home: +49 6151 75717 | ware you have, it's really
SunCS, Ampèrestraße 6 | Lichtenbergstraße 73 | hard to learn to play
63225 Langen, FRG | 64289 Darmstadt, FRG | piano. R. Needleman, Byte
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