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Looking for Solaris 2.5.6 X-86 Boot Images

Posted on 1997-11-12
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Does anyone know where I can get these boot disks so that I may install Solaris? (I have have 2.5.1, which amusingly supported very little hardware) Sun Microsystems has got to have the most hideous and worthless phone support in the industry. Regardless of the $275 they wanted to charge me, if someone could please help me out. Mail me the disks or whatever. At this point the Red Hat kit sitting on my bookshelf is starting to look very enticing.

Thanks in advance,
Chuck
btw: I only have 50 pts to offer..
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Try the following hyperlink:

http://access1.sun.com/drivers/DU10/driver10.html

If you still have any problem, feel free to leave me a message.

chnelson@asiaonline.net
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