Installing Solaris 10 X86 Iso Download Burn Dvd

Oracle Solaris 10 and Oracle Solaris 11 System Configuration Feature Comparison. Such as a USB drive or burn it to a DVD. Live Media – sol-11_3-live-x86.iso. Sun Solaris 10 X86 Dvd Iso Torrent. With the wide availability of dvd drives it's much easier to put the operating system on a single dvd than having to burn and carry around multiple cds to install the operating system. Of course, you do need access to a dvd burner. It's no surprise that below the download options for solaris.

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solaris 10 iso dvd image
Hello Group,
I'm a newbie trying to manage his first install of Solaris 10. (My
system runs on windows xp, service pack 2)
I downloaded 5 zip files from the site www.sun.com. All of the zip
files have the correct md5 checksum. I then unzip them with winzip
version 8.1. Next, I use 'copy /b sol-10-GA-x86-dvd-iso-a +
sol-10-GA-x86-dvd-iso-b + sol-10-GA-x86-dvd-iso-c +
sol-10-GA-x86-dvd-iso-d + sol-10-GA-x86-dvd-iso-e
sol-10-GA-x86-dvd-iso.iso' at the command line to create one iso dvd
image. This iso file fails the md5 checksum. I've used a command
line version of md5 and a windows program called 'Advanced checksum
verifier'. They both come up with
'd7b6f773519c1caaafb57100d428a0e3' as the checksum. It should be
'1acfdb660195315c4601a847bbe74e91' according the 'General
procedure for DVD download' from www.sun.com.
Any ideas what I am doing wrong?
Matt Meerian
www.geocities.com/matt6ft9


Mon, 30 Jul 2007 23:14:23 GMT
solaris 10 iso dvd image

From the downloaded file, sol-10-GA-x86-dvd-iso.inst:

The combined file should have an md5sum value of:
sol-10-GA-x86-dvd-iso.iso d7b6f773519c1caaafb57100d428a0e3

The other number is for sol-10-GA-x86-dvd-iso-a.zip



Wed, 01 Aug 2007 11:01:15 GMT

Where does one find Solaris 10 for 32 bit x386?? I found ISOs
for Sparc and x64 but no mention of 386.

Compiler too.....

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Wed, 15 Aug 2007 03:41:26 GMT

What is x64? Both the SPARC and x86 versions should support 64 bits
when possible.

What filenames are you seeing?

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Wed, 15 Aug 2007 03:55:23 GMT

The x64 image will work on 386 machines too. Same distribution, it'll
auto pick the right kernel bits and 32-bit or 64-bit upon boot.

GCC is bundled with Solaris 10.
/usr/sfw/bin/gcc



Wed, 15 Aug 2007 04:02:08 GMT

It's the same thing (just as on SPARC, Solaris is a single
32/64 bit distribution).

Casper



Wed, 15 Aug 2007 04:15:58 GMT
Darren Dunham <[email protected]> writes in comp.unix.solaris:
What is x64?

The new generic name to encompass AMD64 & Intel EM64T CPU's, but not
IA-64/Itanic CPU's. (The file names and flags in Solaris & Sun Studio
mostly use the 'AMD64' term though, since it was there when the work
was done and Intel was not yet supporting it - plus all our x86 hardware
is actually from AMD now.)

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Wed, 15 Aug 2007 09:26:35 GMT

Downloaded the files, did the dance, checked MD5, burned and verified the
DVD. Booted on a 256mb p3 800 system but it doesn't seem able to find
either a 3com 3c509 nor a Relaltek rtl-8229(as). Linux 7.1 works with
either board, and fbsd 5.2 worked with the 3com also. (Didn't try fbsd
with the realtek). I will now swap disks on this system ( 1.5 gb AMD
1900) which runs Fedora Core and XP, and give it a try.

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Wed, 15 Aug 2007 13:16:34 GMT
It installed on the AMD system. Apparently it doesn't like Pentium III
or something in that particular motherboard.

Now - how do I get Solaris 10 NFS to mount a Linux file system
(Fedora Core 3)? I get a cryptic 'mount: not user' message.
FreeBSD, SCO Unix, and Linux have no problem mounting the same
file system.
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Developer of Industrial ZMODEM(Tm) for Embedded Applications
Omen Technology Inc 'The High Reliability Software'
10255 NW Old Cornelius Pass Portland OR 97231 FAX 629-0665



Wed, 15 Aug 2007 16:25:43 GMT

THe hardware we sell, yes; I think we have one or two 'Nocona' systems
to make sure it all works on Intel's 'x64' CPUs.

Casper
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Wed, 15 Aug 2007 17:18:50 GMT

3C905 or 3C509? When you say 'was not able to find'; what did you try?

Casper
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Wed, 15 Aug 2007 17:19:54 GMT
On Sat, 26 Feb 2005 09:19:54 +0000, Casper H. S. Dik wrote:

It didn't seem to find either the 3com or Realtek boards on the PIII
system. It did install on an AMD system ... but I can't get NFS to mount
filesystems on my Linux server. And, unless I use a hardware address the
TCP gets the wrong address. For example, if /etc/hosts has
192.168.1.13 server
then ping -s 192.168.1.13 works as expected, but ping -s server
or ping -s sdfkdshfdsfe ends up pinging omen.com (66. address).

There is some strangeness in the TCP stack it seems. Not to mention
that Solaria 10 NFS doesn't seem to want to talk to Linux NFS server.

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Omen Technology Inc 'The High Reliability Software'
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Wed, 15 Aug 2007 19:31:35 GMT

getent hosts server

Perhaps someone has a wildcard DNS entry?

Casper



Wed, 15 Aug 2007 19:40:22 GMT
In article <[email protected]>,
Chuck Forsberg <[email protected]> wrote:

Both NICs work out of the Box with Solaris 10, so what is your problem?

Is your PC broken? Does it include a broken ACPI? If ACPI is broken
on your motherboard, just disable it....

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Wed, 15 Aug 2007 21:02:01 GMT
In article <[email protected]>,
[email protected] (Joerg Schilling) writes:

If he really means 3c509 (as opposed to 3c905), that's not
supported. It was the old Etherlink III ISA-bus chipset,
although they used it on their first PCI card too. Support
was dropped in Solaris 10 as it was long obsolete and would
have required some work to move it into a supported driver
framework.

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Consultant Software Engineer



Thu, 16 Aug 2007 00:25:23 GMT
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