XXXX@XXXXX.COM (Nicole Harvey) writes:
Unfortunately, it could be almost anything :-) From a
misconfiguration on your part to a duff disk and Solaris not telling
you in an obvious fashion. We'd need more details but on the whole
if s5 is working then everybody's happy.
Solaris has some defaults choices for partitions, eg. s0 is the /
partition. These aren't fixed in stone but as a starter for ten, is
s6 already being used for, say, /usr?
As Igor says in his follow-up it really does rather depend on your
terminal server. For example, the default character sequence for
sending BREAK on a Lightwave Console is
but on a Lightwave you can configure it to something of your own
choosing. You're not sending the BREAK directly from your keyboard,
by typing a peculiar character sequence on your keyboard you're
trying to convince the terminal server to send a BREAK to the
console. Time to RTFM! :-)