Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 2nd Feb 2008 22:25 UTC, submitted by Michael Larabel
Sun Solaris, OpenSolaris "A week ago we reported that a second preview release of Project Indiana, Sun's attempt at creating an operating system for the desktop based upon OpenSolaris and led by Ian Murdock, was on track to be released in the near future. Thursday afternoon that became true with the test image surfacing for Developer Preview 2 of Project Indiana, or what will formally be called OpenSolaris. Officially, this new release is known as the OpenSolaris Developer Preview 1/08 edition. The general availability release of Project Indiana is expected in March, but today we have up a tour of this new Indiana release."
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Static IP in OpenSolaris
by ncc4100 on Mon 4th Feb 2008 21:37 UTC
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2006-05-10

I tried Solaris 10 when it was released to the public. If you used dynamic ip addressing, it was very easy, but if you used static addressing, it was a huge pain to set up. For those of you who use or have tried a version of Solaris 10, or OpenSolaris, is setting a static ip address still painful?

Thanks.

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