[rescue] 480Mhz Cpu's in an Ultra 2 Chasis? Can it be done?
lionel4287 at verizon.net
Fri Feb 23 08:41:10 CST 2007
>From: Lionel Peterson <lionel4287 at verizon.net>
>Date: 2007/02/23 Fri AM 06:43:53 CST
>To: The Rescue List <rescue at sunhelp.org>
>Subject: Re: [rescue] 480Mhz Cpu's in an Ultra 2 Chasis? Can it be done?
>>From: velociraptor <velociraptor at gmail.com>
>>Date: 2007/02/22 Thu PM 06:55:02 CST
>>To: The Rescue List <rescue at sunhelp.org>
>>Subject: Re: [rescue] 480Mhz Cpu's in an Ultra 2 Chasis? Can it be done?
>>On 2/19/07, Francois Dion <francois.dion at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Jim Hughes at Sun Tech Days Atlanta had a Mac Book Pro and ran
>>> Solaris. Not sure if it was under Parallels, although he mentioned
>>> native and Parallels both worked nicely, when I mentionned I was about
>>> to replace my old Dell D600 (running Solaris Nevada B54 at that time).
>>> Jim is now Solaris Engineering CTO, fyi.
>>Hmmm...one more thing to add to the plus column for getting an Intel
>>Mac. I wonder if the same is true for the MacPro boxes?
>>Time for more research.
>I keep meaning to try the Solaris Install Check CD on my MacBook Pro to test
Ran it - it won't boot on my MacBook Pro, this is the latest Solaris 10
Install Check 1.2, derived from Update 3 of Solaris.
So Parallels or other virtualization tool is required, but with a Core 2 Duo
CPU and plenty of RAM, it should be just fine...
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