> Hi all,
> What sort of filesystem is used by Solaris 8?
Can Linux read it?
I've heard it's possible, but I haven't investigated. This would only
be true for the same processor type (intel v. intel for instance).
Quote:> Solaris read a FAT32 partition?
The special device file type must have a formatted MS-DOS
file system with either a 12-bit, 16-bit, or 32-bit File
Quote:> I've also downloaded the Software Companion cd for Solaris 8 2/02, but I
> have version 8 10/01. Can I use it?
probably. It's mainly freeware that you can get through other means,
but is packaged on the CD for easy installation.
Quote:> Why most of you say that the "Installation cd" is not useful?
It doesn't contain any of the OS, it's just an alternate installation
method. There are have been several bugs with it, so many admins don't
use it at all (I don't). Instead the "1 of 2" disk will install with
the traditional suninstall program.
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