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Install Disk for x86

Posted on 1998-11-14
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I want to remake a install disk for Solaris 2.6 because mine is bad.. Is there a tool on the cd that will allow me to do this
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rickyr earned 50 total points
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Hi,,,,,
No there is not, but you can download one from......
http://access1.sun.com/drivers/index.html#CASSTFCS
You will also find the latest configuration assistant.
regards
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by:tgreaser
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Thanks ..  Big Help..

Hope I can return the favor sometime......
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