Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 11th Jun 2007 14:12 UTC, submitted by David Lin
Sun Solaris, OpenSolaris "It wasn't until last week during a meeting with Sun that some new light was shed on the Solaris Check Tool and as a result we decided to explore this tool further. Check Tool is a bootable CD that lets the user know whether the hardware they have installed is likely to work with Solaris or not. If a third-party driver is needed for a particular piece of hardware, the Check Tool will even provide a link to the driver needed. There are currently a few rough spots with the tool, but improvements are planned and in this article we will share more information on this program that can tell you in a matter of minutes whether you'll face a hardware compatibility nightmare or will be running Solaris/Solaris Express with ease."
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It's true, the Java tool is more convenient, although I think it doesn't support Vista. They should also update it with compatibility fixes from every latest Nevada build.

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