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Installing Solaries

 
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Hi all,

Does anyone know where I could get some help for installing Solaries 10 on my desktop, and whats the minimum system requirements for Solaries 10.

Thanx,
 
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I haven't yet downloaded Solaris 10 (i86) yet, so I'll tell you about Solarisd 9.

For test purposes, I think I've got that one installed on about a 400MHz box with probably 128MB of RAM and just for playing around, that works just fine.

As for installation, pop CD#1 in the drive, boot the computer from the CD, and follow the instructions. Take defaults in case of confusion.

Anything above that you need to either ask a specific question or check Sun's online documentation.
 
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