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Post by hello_vipe » Tue, 06 Dec 2005 23:18:20



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1. Ann: Inetmenu network tool on Opensolaris.org

While this tool is aimed at laptops running Solaris 10, it can be
deployed on desktops as well.

Inetmenu tool provides a graphical interface that enables laptop users
to easily manage their wired, wireless, and dial up network
configurations.

When invoked without arguments, inetmenu scans the available network
interfaces and presents them to the user. Users can also invoke inetmenu
with arguments to specify an interface, profile, or, for a wireless
connection, the ESSID.

http://www.opensolaris.org/os/community/laptop/inetmenu/

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2. NIC Disappears when I Install IP_MasQ

3. What will "OpenSolaris" be?

4. Changing Linux Partition size?

5. More thoughts on base OpenSolaris

6. Wabe + Bordland C++

7. Where is OpenSolaris?

8. Make *config

9. Sun Studio 10 for OpenSolaris - free or not?

10. Some doubts about OpenSolaris installation

11. 3rd OpenSolaris User Group Meeting in Santa Clara, CA 7:30pm

12. Creating web access to source code (aka OpenSolaris source browser)

13. OpenSolaris Speed VS. Linux.