Yes, this is correct. X25 9.1 for anything running 32-bit and 9.2 for
anything running as 64-bit.
If you don't need it for an app, you can just force Solaris 7 to run
in 32-bit mode and it will most likely fix your problem (since it runs
fine on a 2.6 machine)
# eeprom boot-file=kernel/unix
# init 6
Don't quote me on that since I'm not actually looking at it. The
`kernel/unix` part is right at least.
On Tue, 05 Sep 2000 17:23:34 +0200, John Dryselius
>a quick question: We tried install Solstice X25 9.1 on a Ultra 30 w
>Solaris 7 and it didn't work.
>Then it hit me that I somewhere, sometime seen that you need X25 9.2 for
>64 bit mode. Is this correct, and is it the reason we got problems
>installing the X25 package ?
>It did work on a Ultra 60 but on that one we have solaris 2.6.
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