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    Solaris is available again


    Since SCO's Solaris X86 single processor version is available again for free is anyone using it here?

    If so what should I know before trying it as compared to other distro's discussed here? I know nothing about it or how it relates to linux.

    If someone wants to try it see http://wwws.sun.com/software/solaris/binaries/get.html
    Dan

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    I have some unpartitioned space on my HDD, so I may give it a whirl sometime soon. I'll keep you posted.
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    Make that a double!

    I wounder if its ever going to be free software?

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