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 How do I Change a Mouse in Solaris 10?

Answer Solaris 10 supports USB, PS/2 and serial mice. To install a PS/2 or serial mouse, turn off the system, plug the new mouse in and restart Solaris. The system will automatically detect the new mouse ... Read More »
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How do I change the password for a Solaris?

Open a TerminalRight click on the Solaris desktop, click "Desktop" and click "Open Terminal." If you see an "Applications" menu at the top of your screen instead, click "Applications," "System Tool... Read More »
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How do I change the date in Solaris?

Open a TerminalRight click on your Solaris desktop, click "Desktop" and click "Open Terminal." If you're using the Java Desktop System, click "Applications," "System Tools" and "Terminal" instead.C... Read More »
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How Do You Change the Resolution on a Solaris 8 on Sun System?

Solaris is a server operating system produced by Oracle. The default command prompt is in the SunOS Shell. When the command prompt opens, the "$" indicates that the system is ready for user command... Read More »
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How do I change file permissions on Sun Solaris folders?

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