Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 1st Nov 2007 22:25 UTC, submitted by Michael
Sun Solaris, OpenSolaris "With much anticipation by the OpenSolaris community, last night Sun had released their first developer preview for the binary desktop distribution that we have known over the past couple of months as Project Indiana. Ian Murdock and company are optimistic for this project that will address some of the existing Solaris adoption barriers when it comes to the installation, package management, and familiarization along with revitalizing the user experience. How does this first milestone of Project Indiana, which in fact will be named OpenSolaris, rank when it comes to meeting their objectives? In this review, we have a lot of information and screenshots on this long-awaited OpenSolaris binary distribution."
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Re:Impressive Start
by knightrider on Fri 2nd Nov 2007 02:39 UTC
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That is awesome. Wireless right out the box!

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RE: Re:Impressive Start
by Jondice on Fri 2nd Nov 2007 02:49 in reply to "Re:Impressive Start"
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Solaris Express has actually had wireless support out of the box for at least half a year (for many cards). The interface for managing wireless connections was rather poor, but in some ways still better than say, Win XP (but not in many ways).

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