[rescue] PCI USB for Solaris/Sparc?

Andrew Jones andrew at jones.ec
Fri Jun 21 11:11:28 CDT 2013

The Sun Ray experience on Solaris is really great, in all honesty.  It's 
not X11-based, and it can be faster than a lot of the local graphics 
heads. Sound etc work automatically out of the box.

The earliest Sun Ray to support reasonably-sized monitors is the "1G." 
It looks exactly like the "1," but it will do 1920x1200 instead of 

On 06/21/2013 11:40 AM, RichTea wrote:
> As a side note, could you not just run SunRay as the head?
> The older terminals are very cheep these days and as far as I know you can
> even mount USB memory sticks via them.
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> On 20 June 2013 03:19, Jonathan Katz<jon at jonworld.com>  wrote:
>> Hi everyone!
>> Does anyone have one of these? After heading to the google-cave it looks
>> like
>> there were/are supported cards that should work in Solaris 9 and 10.
>> http://www.motherboardpoint.com/pci-usb-card-ultra-10-a-t155966.html
>> There are also Sun-branded cards out there. The p/n is 375-3140. They
>> exist on
>> eBay, but I wonder if anyone has one on a shelf collecting dust?
>> My plan is once I get the E10K running is to give it a graphics head. I
>> don't
>> think this was ever done, and I know it was never a supported
>> configuration. I
>> have a PGX32 card I can use to drive the display. I figure that + USB + a
>> type
>> 6 keyboard (and a few looong cables) could make an interesting workstation
>> if
>> I get all 64 CPUs and 64G of RAM going. :D
>> Of course, this is all predicated on my museum idea coming together, but
>> that's another story for another day.
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