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SunOS man pages : solstice (1)

Maintenance Commands                                 solstice(1M)


solstice - access system administration tools with a graphi- cal user interface




solstice used on a system presents the Solstice Launcher, a graphical user interface that provides access to the Sol- stice AdminSuite product family of system administration tools. The tools that appear in the launcher depend on what Solstice products you installed on your system. Help is available by using the Help button.


The Solstice Launcher allows you to do the following tasks: Launch applications Use the Solstice Launcher to launch system administra- tion tools. Register applications Use the Solstice Launcher to add and register applica- tions locally with the launcher. Remove applications Use the Solstice Launcher to remove locally registered applications. Customize application properties Use the Solstice Launcher to show, hide, or remove applications in the launcher, reorder the icons, change the launcher window width, modify applications properties, and add applications.


/$HOME/.solstice_registry Local registry information.


See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attri- butes: ____________________________________________________________ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | |_____________________________|_____________________________| | Availability | SUNWsadml | |_____________________________|_____________________________| SunOS 5.8 Last change: 15 Sep 1995 1 Maintenance Commands solstice(1M)


soladdapp(1M), soldelapp(1M), attributes(5)


The Solstice Launcher adds or removes local applications that are private to the user (not local to the system) only. The properties of globally registered applications that are used by local and remote users sharing the software from a particular /opt directory cannot be modified from the Sol- stice Launcher. To register global applications for use by local and remote users, use the soladdapp(1M) command. To remove globally registered applications, use the soldelapp(1M) command. SunOS 5.8 Last change: 15 Sep 1995 2