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It there any software that allows me to read SunSolve CR-roms from a protable PC. On the CD install software can be found for SunOS4 and SunOS5, but none for Win'95.

Does anybody know where i can find these progs?
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by:brian101979
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go to http://sunsolve.sun.com/private-cgi/us/bbs.pl
and you need to register for an account, then go to the download area...
Best regards, Brian

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by:elfie
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Brian,
I have been looking around, but i found no program to read sunsolve on a Win'95 pc.

I also asked a Sun support person, but he has never seen such software.

If you where to find it can you give a closer URL than the global one that have mentioned?

Anybody else some ideas if this kind of SW exists?
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elfie,

you could register for a free copy of solaris 2.6 x86 or buy it. Install it on your portable pc (solaris has multiboot features) and access the sunsolve cd from solaris.

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It seems to be the only solution
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