SUMMARY: SUNWsprot missing when installing Sunscreen 3.1 lite

From: Sam Ou <>
Date: Sat Dec 15 2001 - 15:01:59 EST
> Question 1:
> Lots of stuff, like vold, tcsh, and apache are not
> installed. Documents say all these should be
> by default. But there is no option throughout the
> whole installation process. I guess mine is just a
> core installation. Is there any way I can install
> those software from the installation CD?
Should install solaris CD 2 of 2.

> Question 2:
> When I tried to install Sunscreen 3.1 lite, it says
> "SUNWsprot is missing". Some messages from mailing
> list say I should be able to install this package
> the installation CD and it is under
> ".../product/SUNWsprot". But there is no such dir
> under my CD. How can I figure which file I need for
> this SUNWsprot?
Again, install solaris CD 2 of 2.

> Question 3:
> I care a lot about security. So I disabled most of
> services, e.g. finger, echo, and ftp etc. But I
> disable smtp because there is no smtp entry in
> inetd.conf. How come? And "nmap -P0 -sT localhost"
> shows as follows. If this machine only serves as web
> server, then all I need is X11. Am I correct? And 
> what is this dtspc?
> Port       State       Service
> 25/tcp     open        smtp                    
> 111/tcp    open        sunrpc                  
> 512/tcp    open        exec                    
> 514/tcp    open        shell                   
> 587/tcp    open        submission              
> 4045/tcp   open        lockd                   
> 6000/tcp   open        X11                     
> 6112/tcp   open        dtspc                   
> 32774/tcp  open        sometimes-rpc11         
> 32775/tcp  open        sometimes-rpc13         
> 32776/tcp  open        sometimes-rpc15         
> 32777/tcp  open        sometimes-rpc17         
> 32778/tcp  open        sometimes-rpc19         
> 32779/tcp  open        sometimes-rpc21         
> 32780/tcp  open        sometimes-rpc23         
> 32786/tcp  open        sometimes-rpc25         
> 32787/tcp  open        sometimes-rpc27         
SMTP is started by sendmail under
/etc/rc2.d/S88sendmail. Rename S88sendmail to
K88sendmail solved the problem.

sunrpc seems to be essential. When I removed it from
inetd.conf, I have problems login.

Thanks to the following people:
Casper Dik <Casper.Dik@Sun.COM> 
Michael Groisman <> 
Mike's List <> 
Mark Lin <>

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Received on Sat Dec 15 14:03:13 2001

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