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Doom for SUN 4/75

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I am looking for a port of Doom for a SUN 4/75.  I have the LINUX port but it needs a x86 and svga lib.  I am hoping a port is available.  I realize few people have a SUN to play with, but I guess I'm lucky
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You can download the shareware version from http://www.idsoftware.com (in the archive section I seem to recall). You will need to be running Solaris 2.4 or above though (although I wouldn't recommend running it on a 4/75... could be *painfully* slow :-)
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