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Old 11-26-2008, 05:20 PM   #1
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LXer: Patching Your Solaris Server From A Network Mount

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Why would you ever need to do this? Why, indeed... ;) The first question you might be asking yourself is "Why in the world would I ever want, or even need, to do this?" Since I'm a somewhat-honest guy who writes from the hip, I'll tell you that, depending upon where you work and what kind of setup you have there, you may never ever need to do this. If (worst case) you can get a console connection to your server (which you'll need for this method, anyway) and have onsite staff that can pop a cd in a working drive, you probably wouldn't even want to do this. So, the simple answer is: Why not?



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