Solaris 11 Install Window Manager

  1. When you log in, the system automatically checks whether your graphics card supports hardware acceleration with Oracle Solaris 11. To minimize CPU usage, you should manually select the Metacity Window Manager. You can do this in one of the following ways: Use the metacity command with the –-replace option. In the Visual Effects tab of the.
  2. Documentation Home » Oracle Solaris 11.3 Information Library » Oracle ® Solaris 11.3 Desktop. » Working With the X Window System » Accessing X11 Display » How to Set Up VNC to Provide a.
  3. To install the client in a sparse-root, non-global zone only, GSKit must first be installed in the global zone. On Solaris 11, the packages are only installed in the zone where these commands are run. Use the following command to install the Tivoli Storage Manager API: pkgadd -n -a./tsmadmin -d./TIVsmCapi.pkg TIVsmCapi.

On Windows Server 2012 R2 Server Core, launch the installer using this command instead: msiexec /i Agent-Core-Windows- 11.0.x-xxxx.x8664.msi At the Welcome screen, click Next to begin the installation.

I honestly have searched. I'm curious about this statement in the instructions; whether it's true or
it's a windows guest only statement.
'Extension packs. Additional extension packs can be downloaded which extend the functionality of the Oracle VM VirtualBox base package.
Currently, Oracle provides >> a single extension pack << , available from: http://www.virtualbox.org. And when I download
that file that says for 'All Platforms', it is named 'Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack-6.1.10.vbox-extpack'Solaris
SolarisThe part about 'Oracle provides a single extension pack'. So I downloaded it : Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack-6.1.10.vbox-extpack and the instructions in the user manual
go on to say to double click and install it. Other instructions that I've used with prior versions had me download an .iso image, mount it in the unix guest and install it that way.
I thought these 'single extension pack' instructions above might be a new way for newer version than what I used last year.
Can anyone clear this up for me?
I downloaded the Solaris 11.4 template image and it has a V5 extension pack installed and I have installed the latest windows VBox Manager version 6.1.10 on my laptop.
So, I'm looking for how to de-install that version guest additions from my Solaris guest and download and install the newer one. If I go to the downloads site - https://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/
the latest in the directory shows 6.1.0, not 6.1.10. LATEST-STABLE.TXT file says 6.1.10. The user guide there says 6.1.10. The windows version I installed is : VirtualBox-6.1.10-138449-Win
but I couldn't find any 138449 here either.
Here - https://www.virtualbox.org/manual/ch04.html I find
4.2.3.2. Uninstalling the Oracle Solaris Guest Additions
The Oracle Solaris Guest Additions can be safely removed by removing the package from the guest. Open a root terminal session and run the following command:
pkgrm SUNWvboxguest

Solaris 11 Install Window Manager Software

So, I'm assuming that will uninstall, but I need to know how to get the proper version of: VBoxGuestAdditions.iso if indeed the above info about the single file - Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack-6.1.10.vbox-extpack is inaccurate and how to install it. I'm assuming mount the iso, and run: pkgadd -G -d ./VBoxSolarisAdditions.pkg
?

Solaris 11 Install Window Manager Windows 10


Thanks for any help.