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    nVidia released Solaris Drivers


    http://www.nvidia.com/object/solaris..._1.0-7664.html

    So, what does everyone think? Is there linux emulation packages for solaris? That would kick ass, quake3 on solaris.

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    Well, I'm glad Solaris is finally getting some driver support, if not from Sun then certainly from the vendor themselves. One day I may try it out again.
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    Indeed, I tried solaris once, couldnt get dhcp to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    Well, I'm glad Solaris is finally getting some driver support, if not from Sun then certainly from the vendor themselves. One day I may try it out again.
    You tried Solaris 10 then ? You never posted a review or anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa's little helper
    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    Well, I'm glad Solaris is finally getting some driver support, if not from Sun then certainly from the vendor themselves. One day I may try it out again.
    You tried Solaris 10 then ? You never posted a review or anything.
    Haha. I may have to. I'm not sure whether I should create a new section or just rename the "Linux Distro" section to "Operating Systems" instead. I haven't yet put up a review for FreeBSD 5.4 either.

    And yes, I did try out a beta of Solaris 10 for X86 a few months back on a dual Xeon server box I had lying around. My biggest issue was the lack of drivers for things like my C-Media sound card and 3D drivers for my display.
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