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I am new in Sun servers and I have now a used E450 server came without monitor or KB and mouse,
first how I get an VGA monitor to work on it and can I use USB mouse and KB to work on it?
do they have an gui OS that i can use to install on this server
thanks
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Does the 450 have a video card?

If the 450 has a video card with a standard VGA/SVGA connector you should be able to use most any high quality monitor. You will need a Sun keyboard/mouse.
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So you mean I can install ATI or Nvidia VGA " for PC's " card in it?
and this way I  do not need an adaptor to convert from ADI to VGA?
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what about the OS? which OS can give me GUI and network with Windows?
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>  So you mean I can install ATI or Nvidia VGA " for PC's " card in it?

No, you'll need a video card specifically made for the 450.

>  what about the OS? which OS can give me GUI and network with Windows?

Solaris includes the Gui stuff. You'll have to add Samba (http://us3.samba.org/samba/) to the box to "network with Windows"
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