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Sunos 5.10 x86
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Solaris is a Unix operating system originally developed by Sun Microsystems. It superseded Solaris supports SPARC and x workstations and servers from Oracle and other vendors. .. Older version, yet still supported: 10, , January 31, ; 13 years ago (), January , before Oracle acquisition. 31 Oct Do SPARC packages run on Intel/x86? Putting this all together, SunOS is the same beast as Solaris which is the same as Solaris. x86 Patch List. – SunOS _x libzonecfg patch. – SunOS _x Install and Patch Utilities Patch. – SunOS _x86 .
For x86 based systems, the isalist command can also be used to display this The current release of the Solaris OS only ships a 64–bit kernel on SPARC based. Hi, I'm trying to deploy Fuse to a server running SunOS with an i86 processor. I've managed to get it running but I've had some issues. Synopsis. The remote host is missing Sun Security Patch number Description. SunOS _x Apache Patch. Date this patch was last updated.
How do you switch Solaris on x86 from bit to bit? When I do a uname -a on a newly installed machine I get "SunOS XXXXXXX 5 May Apache SunOS x86_ Install Quick Steps. Blog Post created by Installing Apache on SunOS x86 64 bit. 1 Nov kernelrelease: os: Solaris os_family: Solaris osarch: sparcv9 osfinger: Not being familiar w/ x86 versions of Solaris, some of these issues. no storage found with initiator on x86 & Sparc platforms - OS totally unusable (from ) iSCSI fails to re-login to target or kicks them . Solaris 7 x86) - 'EXTREMEPARR' dtappgather Privilege Escalation Linux Kernel (Solaris 10 / ) - Local Privilege Escalation.
20 Aug "Hi All, kindly tel me how to check kernel version in solaris 10 x86, i get the following output with ""uname -a"" SunOS Server0 Generic. 5 Jan or later (SunOS Compiler Common patch for Sun C C++. ( optional)). Solaris 10 (x) Patches for Oracle or. Recommended OS Patchset Solaris 10 x86 description: SunOS _x SUNWgrub patch, os-arch: x86, reboot info. Solaris 10 removed system static libraries. You must dynamically link Solaris 10 ( and later) executables. Features Removed from the Solaris