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what is the correct syntax to use the nowin option when installing Solaris 9?

From what I've seen, it should look like this:

ok boot cdrom [- nowin]

however, I've tried different iterations of the nowin switch and it still keeps trying to start X....
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The first CD - Installation CD will always try an interactive install. If you boot from the second CD (SW CD 1 of 2) you get the text based install screens - but using this method you will have to add extra software after the initial install.
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right on the money...thanks for your assistance!

cheers

taz
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