Thanks for your answers.
The problem is that I do not have a CD installed, so I am going to
atempt network installation using a Solaris Intel here. I finally got
the control sequence to break boot from a PC terminal: it is alt-b
Now I just have to make it boot as for remote install, mount the drive
and run fsck over it (I got the Advanced Install Guide, but if you know
the procedure it will save time to me).
The fact is that I had in my mind the idea of getting back to sh. I
changed to bash because at the beggining I spent quite a time as root,
but now I don't. Too late, such is life...
> > Hello all,
> > I have had a light cut here and our sparc box got some problems in
> > disk. When it boots, it says that there is a problem in the disk and
> > that fsck may be run by hand to solve it. After that, the system
> > for login. But the problem seems to be in the drive that holds the
> > for every user (!!!) and login is not possible (shell not found).
> > Is there any way to avoid login and have fsck running?
> Yeah, put the cdrom in and "boot cdrom -s" from "ok", then run
> manually on the hard drive paritions. When you reboot again you
> shouldn't have any problems.
> Now, on to the important thing. On Solaris, root's shell
> Period. If you've changed it, you're just opening yourself up to
> exactly like the above. Please do yourself a favor and leave root's
> shell as /sbin/sh. :) If it hasn't been changed from /sbin/sh, then
> disregard this--it just seems like that must have happened considering
> the problem you describe above.
> HTH. HAND.
> Nate Shockey
> Ruthless Solaris Admin
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