Unattended Installation - HowTo?

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Unattended Installation - HowTo?

Postby bnsmb » Tue Feb 21, 2006 9:22 pm

Hi,

How can I do an unatteneded installation of the OSS driver for Solaris?

The beta driver is in pkgadd format - that's fine but the "official" driver is not

And how can do an unattended installation of the license for OSS?

At this time I'm reinstalling my Ferrari at least one time a week and I want to script the installation as much as possible .

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Bernd
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Re: Unattended Installation - HowTo?

Postby dev » Wed Feb 22, 2006 2:50 am

bnsmb wrote:Hi,

How can I do an unatteneded installation of the OSS driver for Solaris?

The beta driver is in pkgadd format - that's fine but the "official" driver is not

And how can do an unattended installation of the license for OSS?

At this time I'm reinstalling my Ferrari at least one time a week and I want to script the installation as much as possible .

regards

Bernd


./oss-install /usr/lib/oss -q
or
./oss-install /opt/oss -q

If you are on Solaris 10, you should be using the 4.0 - beta version. It's much better with SADA compatibility than the 3.99 version.

Apps like realplayer and flash will work much better on 4.0-beta.

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Re: Unattended Installation - HowTo?

Postby bnsmb » Wed Feb 22, 2006 8:16 am

Hi,


./oss-install /usr/lib/oss -q
or
./oss-install /opt/oss -q



And how to install the license unattended?

If you are on Solaris 10, you should be using the 4.0 - beta version. It's much better with SADA compatibility than the 3.99 version.

Apps like realplayer and flash will work much better on 4.0-beta.


Solaris crashes randomly on my Acer Ferrari 4005 if the beta driver is loaded; details are here http://www.opensolaris.org/jive/thread. ... 152&#25152

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