[rescue] 480Mhz Cpu's in an Ultra 2 Chasis? Can it be done?
francois.dion at gmail.com
Sun Feb 25 08:49:59 CST 2007
On 2/23/07, Lionel Peterson <lionel4287 at verizon.net> wrote:
> >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
> native support...
> 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...
I should have mentionned that this was either an early Solaris Express
Developer Edition or Nevada B54 internal release, as he mentionned the
sun studio in his build, but my B54 was not bundled, I had to install
As for the realtek, isn't that the one?
It is in the DVD I linked to (Developer Edition).
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