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An important stage of the installation process involves selecting the root password for the superuser. The root user has the same powers as the root user on Linux or the Administrator account on Windows NT. If an intruder gains root access, he or she is free to roam the system, deleting or stealing data, removing or adding user accounts, or installing Trojan horses that can transparently modify the way your system operates. One way to protect against an authorized user gaining root access is to use a difficultto-guess root password, which makes it difficult for a cracker to use a password-cracking program to guess your password successfully. The optimal password is a completely random string of alphanumeric and punctuation characters. Some password-generating applications can be used to generate passwords that are easy to remember but that contain almost random combinations of characters.
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You should never write down the root password, and you should change it often, unless it is locked in the company safe. The root password should not be known by anyone who doesn t need to know it. If users require levels of access that are typically privileged (such as mounting CD-ROMs), using the sudo utility to limit the access of each user to specific applications for execution as the superuser is better than giving out the root password to everyone who asks for it. The root password must be entered twice just in case you make a typographical error, as the characters that you type are masked on the screen.
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The installation Kiosk then appears on the screen. In the Kiosk, you select the type of installation that you want to perform. To begin the software selection process, you need to eject the Web Start CD-ROM and insert the Software (1) CD-ROM. Next, you have the option of installing all Solaris software using the default options or customizing your selection before copying the files from the CD-ROM. Obviously, if you have a lot of disk space and a fast system, you may prefer to install the entire distribution and then, after installation, delete the packages that you no longer require. This is definitely the fastest method. Alternatively, you can elect to perform a custom installation. You are then presented with a list of all the available software groups. You can select or deselect individual package groups, or package clusters, depending on your requirements. For example, you may decide to install the Netscape Navigator software, but not install the NIS/NIS+ server for Solaris. After choosing the packages that you want to install, you are required to enter your locale based on geographic region (the U.S. entry is selected by default). You may also elect to install third-party software during the Solaris installation process this is particularly useful if you have a standard operating environment that consists of using the Oracle database server in conjunction with the Solaris operating environment, for example. You would need to insert the product CD-ROM at this point so that it could be identified. After selecting your software, you need to lay out the disks, which involves defining disk slices that will store the different kinds of data on your system. The fastest configuration option involves selecting the boot disk and allowing the installer to lay out the partitions automatically according to your software selections. For example, you may want to expand the size of the /var partition to allow for large print jobs to be spooled or Web server logs to be recorded. Finally, you will be asked to confirm your software selections and proceed with installation. All the packages will then be installed to your system. A progress bar indicates which packages have been installed at any particular point, and how many
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