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2. http://kb.iu.edu/data/agjq.html
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2. http://kb.iu.edu/data/agjq.html


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August 05, 2007, at 01:58 PM by 117.97.33.128 -
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6.Solaris 2.5 onwards supported CDE, and OpenWindows was dropped from Solaris 9. Solaris 9 8/03 also introduced GNOME 2.0 as an alternative to CDE.

Solaris
10 supports Sun's Java Desktop System, which is based on GNOME and comes with a large set of applications, including StarOffice.
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6.Solaris 2.5 onwards supported CDE, and OpenWindows was dropped from Solaris 9. Solaris 9 8/03 also introduced GNOME 2.0 as an alternative to CDE. Solaris 10 supports Sun's Java Desktop System, which is based on GNOME and comes with a large set of applications, including StarOffice.

7.OpenSolaris on June 14, 2005- created by Sun Microsystems to build a developer community around Solaris Operating System technology, support (including x86-64)
August 05, 2007, at 01:36 PM by 117.97.33.128 -
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6.Solaris 2.5 onwards supported CDE, and OpenWindows was dropped from Solaris 9. Solaris 9 8/03 also introduced GNOME 2.0 as an alternative to CDE.

Solaris 10 supports Sun's Java Desktop System, which is based on GNOME and comes with a large set of applications, including StarOffice.
August 05, 2007, at 01:19 PM by 117.97.33.128 -
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*Reference: docs.sun.com

Official documentation for all of Sun's hardware and software products.
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1. Bill Joy, one of the main programmers of the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD), helped found Sun in 1982. Sun replaced the BSD-derived SunOS 4 with a version of UNIX System V Release 4 (SVR4), jointly developed with AT&T. Sun entered into a partnership with AT&T, which was then developing the other major Unix flavor, System V.

*http://kb.iu.edu/data/agjs.html

2.SunOS 4.1.x = Solaris 1

3.Solaris = SVR4-derived SunOS 5.0

4.Arch Support = SPARC and X86

5.Supports Large number of CPU's


'''newsgroups''':

* comp.unix.solaris

* alt.solaris.x86

* Those in the comp.sys.sun.* hierarchy



*Reference:

1. docs.sun.com Official documentation for all of Sun's hardware and software products.

2. http://kb.iu.edu/data/agjq.html
August 05, 2007, at 12:55 PM by 117.97.33.128 -
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Website: http://sun.com/solaris/, Kernel type: Monolithic kernel

Solaris has both Open and Closed source code.


*Reference: docs.sun.com

Official documentation for all of Sun's hardware and software products.
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