Alan, Good to hear you have the network configuration up and running. If you run into a similar situation, you can easily re-configure the network portion of the system using the "sys-unconfig" command. See the man pages for a good explanation of what the command does... I would avoid removing the langauge specific packages since they really don't take up much room. If you run "swmtool", you will see all sorts of Japanese, Chinese, Thai, and other package components, but they are all real small. Unless you are really tight on disk space, I doubt you would recover more than 5-10MB total. mike On Jun 29, 5:24pm, alan anderson wrote: > Subject: Re: 19990628: network configuration for solarisx86 > At 05:06 PM 6/28/99 -0600, you wrote: > > ... > I noticed lots of lines indicating that different fonts and some locale > stuff regarding > other languages (chinese, thai,...) were being installed. This all seems > unnecessary to > me. Is it possible to remove these things without upsetting the overall > system when > everything we will do is just English? I have looked a bit in the > documentation stuff > and don't see any discussion of the topic of removing these kinds of files, > yet I cannot > imagine ever using them. During the install, I am sure I just checked > English & U.S. > > Alan
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