Under Solaris x86 2.5 and later, there's a system driver (
that provides this functionality.
It will be detected automatically by the server, so you don't need to install
the aperture driver.
For older Solaris x86 and for Solaris SPARC releases, the source for this
driver is included in
xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86/etc/apSolaris.shar of the source
This file can usually also be found in the
directory when Xorg is installed.
Building, and installing the driver is relatively straight forward. Please read
its accompanying README file.
xinitcommand would look like so:
If you have made the virtual terminal devices you do not need to specify the VT to run the Xserver on.
xinit -- vt00
/usr/X11R6/libin your LD_LIBRARY_PATH is probably not necessary, however it doesn't hurt. :)
/usr/openwin/lib in the LD_LIBRARY_PATH is recommended
on older releases because some Sun supplied binaries were not compiled with LD_RUN_PATH set
properly at compile time.
Motif and CDE applications may require
/usr/dt/lib in your
/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/etc/XdmConf.svr4into a temporary directory. The
READMEfile tells where the individual files need to be installed. Be sure to read through each file and make any site-specific changes that you need.