You (gaurav saxena) wrote:
> 2010/6/29 Matthias Pfützner <matth...@pfuetzner.de>
> > Gaurav,
> > 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... ;-)
> Ok . How did you install OHAC if I ask ? I did it by using packages
> available at sun's site
> I first installed key and certificate and then installed ha-cluster-full by
> using command
> "/usr/bin/pkg install ha-cluster-full"
That's, what I did also!
> Is there any other way of installing OHAC ?
Not that I know of...
> > There are two such files, right?
> > -bash-3.2$ ls /var/log/Xorg.0*
> > /var/log/Xorg.0.log /var/log/Xorg.0.log.old
> > -bash-3.2$
> > 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
> Yes there are the same two files
> end couple of lines are
> > (EE) Bell: cannot open audio device "dev/audio" : No such file or directory
> Its about the sound card which I had not enabled but its like that from the
That's an error... But it's the same on my machine, and I have a graphical
login... So, that's not the problem...
ps -ef|grep X
give on your system?
-bash-3.2$ ps -ef|grep X
root 850 849 0 Jun 07 vt/2 25:13 /usr/X11/bin/Xorg :0
-nolisten tcp -audit 0 -br -auth /var/lib/gdm/:0.Xauth
pfuetz 27975 27877 0 16:49:08 pts/1 0:00 grep X
> date of file is
> > # ls -al /var/log/Xorg.0.log
> -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 16060 Jun 23 12:45 /var/log/Xorg.0.log
That's a bit strange, as today is the 29th... Didn't you reboot the machine in
the last 6 days?
What does a:
svcadm restart gdm
do? Is there then a GUI to log in? Does the date of the file get updated? Are
there new final lines in that file? Do you see the Xorg program running?
> > It is:
> > /usr/X11/bin/xhost
> > Matthias
> Its now giving another error
> /usr/X11/bin/xhost: unable to open display ""
That is to be expected... Because, if you log onto the console, there is no
DISPLAY, that is associated with that console-text-login. You need to run the
xhost + command on the "guest OS", aka the machine, where you have started
virtualbox, and then you would need to set the DISPLAY variable to the
hostname + :0.0 of the machine, you're running the virtualbox on... And that
would require, that you could reach the outside machine from within the guests
So, I assume, it's better to try to reach the nodes running in VirtualBox via
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