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Can I run Service Application in Solaris? Can anyone tell the version of current Solaris (or History)?
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current version of Solaris is 8.

previous major releases are
Solaris 7
Solaris 2.6
Solaris 2.5

All of the above are solaris 2 release
previously there was Solaris 1.

If you do a uname -a on the system, you'll not find the reference to solaris, but to 'SunOS'

Sunos 4.1.x -> Solaris 1.x (bsd based)
Sunos 5.x   -> Solaris 2.x (sys/V based)

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by:Otetelisanu
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current version of Solaris is
Solaris 9 beta

look http://www.sun.com/bigadmin/docs/
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Service Application? What is that? Manufacturer? What does it do? Does it no say which version of Solaris it needs in its documentation? Does not the provider of the application know in which Solaris release would its own software run?
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