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    Default Installation NGX R65 on solaris 8

    Does anybody know where can I download the installation guide for installation NGX R65 on solaris 8?

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    Default Re: Installation NGX R65 on solaris 8

    ### Core Installation of Solaris 8 for FW 4.1 ###

    *** NOTE: This paper is Beta, CheckPoint does ***
    not yet support Solaris 8 for FireWall-1.

    PURPOSE
    -------
    To outline, in detail, the minimum installation of Solaris 8
    for CheckPoint FW-1 version 4.1

    DISCLAIMER
    ----------
    All information discussed below is based on Sun Microsystems
    Ultra 5 with one qfe Ethernet card and using Solaris 8. Your
    mileage may vary for different hardware platforms.

    INTENT
    ------
    This document is for users who want to use the Core installation
    package. A minimal installation of an operating system helps
    build a more secure platform for the Firewall application. We
    will attempt to build a platform with the fewest packages possible.
    The end goal is to have a minimum of 23 packages installed.

    INSTALLATION
    ------------
    Solaris 8 media comes with three CDROM's for installation.

    Solaris 8 Installation
    Solaris 8 Software, Disk 1 of 2
    Solaris 8 Software, Disk 2 of 2

    Solaris 8 Installation Disk is bootable CDROM. It is only required
    if you want to install software from several CD's using a single,
    browser based tool. We will not be using this CDROM.

    Solaris 8 Software, Disk 1 of 2 is a bootable CDROM. This is the
    CDROM I recommend you boot off of for installing the Core operating
    system.

    Solaris 8 Software, Disk 2 of 2. Contains additional software packages
    to add. We will use this CDROM to add 3 software packages.

    To install Solaris 8, I recommend you use the Solaris 8 Software, Disk 1
    of 2. Boot off this CDROM as you normally would for other software
    installations and follow the normal install procedures. Be sure to select
    the Core installation package.


    THE PACKAGES
    ------------
    Once the installation is complete, you should have 44 packages total.
    Below are the 44 packages listed. We will remove 23 of the packages.

    ---- Core Install ----

    system SUNWadmr System & Network Administration Root
    system SUNWatfsr AutoFS, (Root)
    system SUNWatfsu AutoFS, (Usr)
    system SUNWauda Audio Applications
    system SUNWaudd Audio Drivers
    system SUNWcar Core Architecture, (Root)
    system SUNWcg6 GX (cg6) Device Driver
    system SUNWcsd Core Solaris Devices
    system SUNWcsl Core Solaris, (Shared Libs)
    system SUNWcsr Core Solaris, (Root)
    system SUNWcsu Core Solaris, (Usr)
    system SUNWdfb Dumb Frame Buffer Device Drivers
    system SUNWdtcor Solaris Desktop /usr/dt filesystem anchor
    system SUNWesu Extended System Utilities
    system SUNWftpr FTP Server, (Root)
    system SUNWftpu FTP Server, (Usr)
    system SUNWhmd SunSwift SBus Adapter Drivers
    system SUNWkey Keyboard configuration tables
    system SUNWkvm Core Architecture, (Kvm)
    system SUNWlibms Sun WorkShop Bundled shared libm
    system SUNWloc System Localization
    system SUNWluxop Sun Enterprise Network Array firmware and utilities
    system SUNWnisr Network Information System, (Root)
    system SUNWnisu Network Information System, (Usr)
    system SUNWpcelx 3COM EtherLink III PCMCIA Ethernet Driver
    system SUNWpcmci PCMCIA Card Services, (Root)
    system SUNWpcmcu PCMCIA Card Services, (Usr)
    system SUNWpcmem PCMCIA memory card driver
    system SUNWpcser PCMCIA serial card driver
    system SUNWpd PCI Drivers
    system SUNWpl5u Perl 5.005_03
    system SUNWpsdpr PCMCIA ATA card driver
    system SUNWqfed Sun Quad FastEthernet Adapter Driver
    system SUNWrmodu Realmode Modules, (Usr)
    system SUNWses SCSI Enclosure Services Device Driver
    system SUNWsndmr Sendmail root
    system SUNWsndmu Sendmail user
    system SUNWsolnm Solaris Naming Enabler
    system SUNWswmt Install and Patch Utilities
    system SUNWudf Universal Disk Format 1.50, (Usr)
    system SUNWudfr Universal Disk Format 1.50
    system SUNWusb USB Device Drivers
    system SUNWxwdv X Windows System Window Drivers
    system SUNWxwmod OpenWindows kernel modules

    REMOVING PACKAGES
    -----------------
    Of these 44 packages, you can remove 23 of them. To remove a package,
    you use the pkgrm(1M) command. For example, the following command removes
    the package SUNWdtcor.

    mozart #pkgrm SUNWdtcor

    The following 23 packages aer not required to run FW-1 ver 4.1. Some
    of the packages will complain about dependencies. Don't worry,
    you are removing the dependencies also.

    --------- pkgrm -----------

    system SUNWsndmr Sendmail root
    system SUNWsndmu Sendmail user
    system SUNWftpr FTP Server, (Root)
    system SUNWftpu FTP Server, (Usr)
    system SUNWpcelx 3COM EtherLink III PCMCIA Ethernet Driver
    system SUNWpcmci PCMCIA Card Services, (Root)
    system SUNWpcmcu PCMCIA Card Services, (Usr)
    system SUNWpcmem PCMCIA memory card driver
    system SUNWpcser PCMCIA serial card driver
    system SUNWpsdpr PCMCIA ATA card driver
    system SUNWxwdv X Windows System Window Drivers
    system SUNWxwmod OpenWindows kernel modules
    system SUNWnisr Network Information System, (Root)
    system SUNWnisu Network Information System, (Usr)
    system SUNWpl5u Perl 5.005_03
    system SUNWcg6 GX (cg6) Device Driver
    system SUNWadmr System & Network Administration Root
    system SUNWdtcor Solaris Desktop /usr/dt filesystem anchor
    system SUNWsolnm Solaris Naming Enabler
    system SUNWatfsr AutoFS, (Root)
    system SUNWatfsu AutoFS, (Usr)
    system SUNWauda Audio Applications
    system SUNWaudd Audio Drivers

    ADDING PACKAGES
    ---------------
    There are several required packages you have to add for FW-1 4.1 to install
    and function properly. There are also several optional packages you may
    want to install. To install packages, first mount the CDROM. You will have
    to do this manually, as volume manager is not installed with Core.

    For the Ultra5
    mozart #mount -F hsfs -o ro /dev/dsk/c0t2d0s0 /cdrom

    For most other Sparc systems
    mozart #mount -F hsfs -o ro /dev/dsk/c0t6d0s0 /cdrom

    mozart $cd /cdrom/Solaris_8/Product


    ---------- required packages by FW-1 -------

    system SUNWlibC Sun Workshop Compilers Bundled libC (CDROM 1 of 2)
    required by FWDIR/bin/cpconfig

    system SUNWter Terminal Information (CDROM 2 of 2)
    required for FW-1 installation

    system SUNWscpu Source Compatibility, (Usr) (CDROM 1 of 2)
    /usr/ucb/ln required for upgrades

    NOTE: The only purpose for SUNWscpu is for /usr/ucb/ln. If you do not want
    to install the whole package, you can simply execute the following for the
    same functionality.

    /bin/ln -s /bin/ln /usr/ucb/ln

    ---------- optional packages -------
    system SUNWadmc System administration core libraries (CDROM 1 of 2)
    system SUNWadmfw System & Network Administration Framework (1 of 2)
    includes showrev(1M)

    system SUNWdoc Documentation Tools (CDROM 1 of 2)
    system SUNWman On-Line Manual Pages (CDROM 2 of 2)
    system SUNWgzip The GNU Zip (gzip) compression utility (2 of 2)

    If you want to add compiling capabilities (not recommended)
    system SUNWsprot Solaris Bundled tools
    system SUNWhea SunOS Header Files
    system SUNWtoo Programming Tools
    system SUNWarc Archive Libraries
    system SUNWbtool CCS tools bundled with SunOS



    To learn what binaries belong to what package, use the command pkgchk(1M).
    For example, to learn what package truss belongs to, use the following command
    on another Solaris system with truss installed on it.

    # pkgchk -l -p /usr/bin/truss
    Pathname: /usr/bin/truss
    Type: regular file
    Expected mode: 0555
    Expected owner: bin
    Expected group: bin
    Expected file size (bytes): 123736
    Expected sum(1) of contents: 41220
    Expected last modification: Jun 18 17:11:15 1998
    Referenced by the following packages:
    SUNWtoo
    Current status: installed

    PACKAGES COMPLETED
    ------------------
    When you are done installing the operating system and removing/adding
    packages, you should have the following 23 packages installed (not counting
    any optional packages).

    system SUNWcar Core Architecture, (Root)
    system SUNWcsd Core Solaris Devices
    system SUNWcsl Core Solaris, (Shared Libs)
    system SUNWcsr Core Solaris, (Root)
    system SUNWcsu Core Solaris, (Usr)
    system SUNWdfb Dumb Frame Buffer Device Drivers
    system SUNWesu Extended System Utilities
    system SUNWhmd SunSwift SBus Adapter Drivers
    system SUNWkey Keyboard configuration tables
    system SUNWkvm Core Architecture, (Kvm)
    system SUNWlibC Sun Workshop Compilers Bundled libC
    system SUNWlibms Sun WorkShop Bundled shared libm
    system SUNWloc System Localization
    system SUNWluxop Sun Enterprise Network Array firmware and utilities
    system SUNWpd PCI Drivers
    system SUNWqfed Sun Quad FastEthernet Adapter Driver
    system SUNWrmodu Realmode Modules, (Usr)
    system SUNWses SCSI Enclosure Services Device Driver
    system SUNWswmt Install and Patch Utilities
    system SUNWter Terminal Information
    system SUNWudf Universal Disk Format 1.50, (Usr)
    system SUNWudfr Universal Disk Format 1.50
    system SUNWusb USB Device Drivers

    CONCLUSION
    ----------
    Your operating system should now have 23 packages installed (depending
    on hardware platform). This should help build a more secure platform
    for your firewall application).


    EOF

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