Albert Gold wrote:
> I know that SUN apparently makes an OS which clearly will run
> upon Pentium machines, called X86, but that system is
> NOT Solaris.
>It virtually the same, I'm referring to Solaris-2.5-x86,
except the different binaries, and very stable as well,
never have once crushed unexpectedly. Even though you have
to pay $500 to $1000 for one license, but for those unix lovers
it worths all the money. With PP-200 plus enough cheap RAM
and SCSI disk space, it seems to perform better than Ultra-1,
and at a substantially lower price.
> Has anybody tried running Solaris on a Pentium machine? Does it work?
>Sure, it works.