When?Quote:> to avoid that message in installation .
No.Quote:> Is low format to hard drive can
> solve that problem ?
The installation process will label the disk, which will solve the problem.
If it's coming from a disk which you aren't installing on to, then label
the disk using format(1M) (or fmthard(1M) for a lower level utility).
Have you even tried to boot form the Solaris media?
This is starting to look like a long running troll.
The following macros are there on AIX but not on Linux.If we have
on Linux pls suggest me how to use(say path) or tell me alternative?
#define SIGDANGER 33 /* system crash imminent; free up some page
#define SIGSAK 63 /* secure attention key */
#define SIGSOUND 62 /* sound control has completed */
#define SIGKAP 60 /* keep alive poll from native keyboard */
#define SIGGRANT SIGKAP /* monitor mode granted */
#define SIGRETRACT 61 /* monitor mode should be relinguished */
#define F_CLOSEM 10/**on AIX /usr/include/fcntl.h****/
#define _D_NAME_MAX 255
Thnaks in Advance
5. NOS shootout
12. Unix <-> NOS