Here is another Unix doc for those who need to build Sun boxes. I wrote this about 10 months ago and it has been used by many techs. Hope someone else can use it too.
(USE SOFTWARE DISK ONE & TWO) from the CD pack.
Press "Stop and A" at the same time if you are currently logged into system
1. Type: boot cdrom (at the "ok" prompt)
(Wait for system to process)
2. Select and answer the proper Language Selection
3. Select Local
4. At the Solaris Installation Screen: Press continue
5. At the Identify this system Screen: Press Continue
6. At the Network Connectivity Select: "yes"
7. At the DHCP Screen Select: "no"
8. At the Primary Network Interface Select: hme0 or qfe0 or eri0 depending upon the machine
9. Hostname Type: e.g. : hostname.your domain.com
10. IP Address Screen: assign IP address
11. Subnet screen Select: "yes"
12. Net Mask Screen: (type your netmask e.g 255.0.0.0)
13. IPv6 Screen Select: "no"
Confirm Network Information (continue)
14. Configure Security Policy Screen select: "no" for kerberos
Confirm information (continue)
15. Name Service Screen Select: DNS
16. Domain Name Screen Select: your domain.com
17. DNS Server addresses : e.g. 63.68.148.xx
18. DNS Search List Screen : "leave blank"
Confirm Information (continue)
19. Name Service Error Screen: type no
20. Time Zone Screen : select proper zone (Geographic Region) Select: set
21. Geographic Region Screen Select: United States/Eastern or appropriate area
22. Date & Time: choose correct time : continue
23. Solaris Interactive Installation Select: continue
24. Solaris Interactive Installation Select: continue
25. Select Geographic Regions : Select the triangle on the left for North America> then select USA select: continue
26. Select Software Choose: Developer System Support
*select to include Solaris 64 bit support (make sure square is black which indicates selected)
**. Select disk: more to right
27. Select Disks: already chosen "continue"
28. Preserve Data Select : continue
29. Automatically layout file system Select: Manual Layout
30. File System and Disk Layout Select: Customize
( /swap): twice the amount of RAM
(overlap ): leave to default setting
(/var ): 1/3 of freespace
(/export/home): 1/3 of freespace
(/usr): the free space that is left
31. Verify Information Select: continue
32. Mount Remote file System Select: continue
33. Profile Select: Begin Installation
34. Select Auto Reboot
Wait for Installation to complete
35. Will ask you for Root Password: strong password (longer than 7 chars)
36. Specify Media from which Solaris will install Select: CD
Insert Second CD
37. Select: OK
38. Installation Summary Click: Next
39. Reboot Screen: Reboot NOW
40. Enter user name: root
41. Select: Common Desktop Environment Screen
Now, when this done, be sure to check resolv.conf and default router to be sure your networking is set up.