Configuring an AI server and installing a system from it

The procedure to install and configure an AI server is very interesting, a little complex, and long. Let's do this!

Getting ready

This recipe requires a virtual machine (VirtualBox or VMware) that runs Oracle Solaris 11 with 4 GB RAM, a static IP address configuration, an IPS repository configured on the same machine server, and a DHCP server that can also be installed on the same host. Briefly, the AI, DHCP, and IPS servers will be installed on this virtual machine.

Additionally, a second virtual machine with 2 GB RAM, a network interface, and a disk with 20 GB space will be required because it will be used as the client where Oracle Solaris 11 will be installed.

Another important point is ...

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