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Are the Solaris 7 binaries available anywhere?

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I want to load Solaris 7 on an intel box but can't find it anywhere on the Sun site. I am currently downloading the Solaris 8 binaries, but Solaris 7 is what I am really looking for.
Was Solaris 7 offered as a free DL as 8 and is it still available anywhere?

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You had to buy the Solaris 7 media, it has never been available for download
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That would explain it.
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