Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 13th Jun 2008 21:56 UTC
Sun Solaris, OpenSolaris The Register has reviewed OpenSolaris, and concludes: "Sun has made good on its promise to deliver OpenSolaris, the company's Unix-based answer to Linux, with a company-supported, commercial update arriving in mid-May. Although far from a complete product, the latest OpenSolaris is impressive and in the long run could prove a viable alternative to Linux."
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RE: Um, OK
by Googol on Sat 14th Jun 2008 08:28 UTC in reply to "Um, OK"
Googol
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2006-11-24

And..? - Substitute Solaris with BSD. Is it good, it is bad..?!

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RE[2]: Um, OK
by dark child on Sat 14th Jun 2008 13:47 in reply to "RE: Um, OK"
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2005-12-09

I personally would go with BSD at the moment. The hardware support is a lot better. I ran opensolaris on several systems and it didn't have drivers for my network card and sound cards. I didn't have this problem with FreeBSD 6.3 and 7.0.

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