Q: Can run two O/S versions concurrently?

Q: Can run two O/S versions concurrently?

Post by Andrew Zah » Thu, 01 Jun 1995 04:00:00

Are there any products available that will allow a sparc based machine to
be partitioned into two virtual machines so one can run say Solaris 2.3
while another runs Solaris 2.4?

I know such things exist in the IBM M/Frame world, are there any for



Q: Can run two O/S versions concurrently?

Post by Mitchell Erbli » Fri, 02 Jun 1995 04:00:00

The Cray 64 CPU SuperSPARC implimentation has this capability.


1. Two keytables being used concurrently needed, HOWTO?

Hallo friends,

following situation:

Two programs are running simultaneously, both wait for input from the
both need to be able to understand/display the German vowels with

Now one of the programs(binary, no source available) needs a different
keytable than the other.
By loading _one_ keytable by means of 'loadkeys' one of the programs
will show the right German vowel with umlaut, the other program not, and
vice versa by loading the other keytable only the other program will
show the right characters.
Too bad, the programs are not available in source, they do depend on the
certain keytable.

Is there a "hack" to this problem?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!


P.S. Environment: Pentium, RedHat 5.1, Console, no XWindow

Martin Stenzel

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