Re: Possibly O.T. but need help
> On Oct 03, Michael Hicks illuminated with a virtual scribe :
> You can try hitting Stop-A, and then telling the system to boot by typing
> in `boot s' (or maybe it's `boot -s', I forget). This should hopefully
> bring the system up in single-user mode. You might be able to get in
> without a password (it depends on how the system is configured).
not if it's solaris. you can't even pass an init=/bin/sh and get in
without a password :(
solaris is a bugger to get into without the root password.
check out http://www.debian.org/ports/sparc
for more info
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