07/29/97 Seminar Questions Answered
Well, I was very wrong: the size is a little over 27M. Besides the
/usr/sbin/stm/* tree, there is also a /usr/sbin/diag/* tree, and it makes
additions to /usr/sbin, and the startup files in /sbin/init.d.
The bundle for s700 machines is:
OnlineDiag B.10.20 HPUX 10.0 Support Tools Bundle
size in Kb: 27111
- Set up the NFS mount for the LROM
If you have HP automounter (it exists by default in 10.20)
follow the "A" instructions. Otherwise, follow the "B"
A) I recommend using the HPUX 10.20 automounter. In SAM:
B) If you don't have the automounter for some reason:
- "Networking and Communications->
Networked File Systems->
Mounted Remote File Systems"
- "Actions/Enable Automounter" if it isn't already
- "Actions/Add Remote File System/Using NFS Automounter"
- Fill in the values:
Local Directory Name: /lromcd
Remote Server Name: hp.cso.uiuc.edu
Remote Directory Name: /pub/lrom
It will add/change the defaults as you enter information.
One (annoying) thing is that my hostname alias will
change from "hp" to "locutus". Not really an issue.
- Add the NFS mount to your /etc/fstab with the following
locutus.cso.uiuc.edu:/pub/lrom /lromcd nfs ro,nosuid,soft,bg 0 0
- And then type "mount /lromcd".
- Install the LROM bundle
Either run "swinstall" or use SAM ("Software Management->
Install Software to Local Host") and do the following:
- Fill in the values for "Network Directory/CDROM":
Source Host: hp.cso.uiuc.edu
Source Depot Path: /pub/sw1020
- Select "LROM (HP LaserROM/UX)" and do "Actions/Install"
- When it's finished, quit out, and edit the file
"/opt/lrom/config/.lromrc". Change the line that reads
- You're done.
To access it, type "lrom". If the PATH hasn't been set
correctly, it can be found in "/opt/lrom/bin/lrom". The useful stuff is
in "Series 700 10.* Manuals". I usually use a "Search" to find what I'm
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