Chapter 13. Installing HP-UX

Chapter Syllabus

  • 13.1 Introduction to HP Workstations and Servers

  • 13.2 Installing HP-UX

  • 13.3 Guided Installation

  • 13.4 Advanced Installation

  • 13.5 Initial System Configuration

The installation process starts by interrupting the normal boot process of an HP system. In the normal boot process, a server or workstation tries to boot from the primary boot path. By interrupting this boot process, you can specify a different boot path containing HP-UX Install and Core OS installation media. For a successful system installation process, you need to determine the type of your hardware and check its compatibility with the HP-UX version you are installing. If the HP-UX version is supported on your system, you can use Core OS Media (usually ...

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