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Can't get lom> pront or type anything on sun fire v120  solaris 10

Posted on 2008-10-05
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Hi my case looks like  something is preventing a lom> to apper.  becaue if i hyperteminal into the machine and hit enter nothing shows up but  if a power the machine off manually the the lom> appears and it shows   lom> event shut down  (or something like that) and it reboots and then just gets  to:  Requesting System Maintenance Mode
(See /lib/svc/share/README for more information.)
Console login service(s) cannot run
Root password for system maintenance (control-d to bypass):

When i get to this point  I'm not able to type anything either.
I have tryed many configurations, hyperteminal programs and cables nothing works. Thanks for your time.
 
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thans omar but i already looked at that solution,, it did'nt work
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