Links of the week...


1. Sun Launches Intel Workstation on X38 Platform -- ZDNet, 10/24
In this blog, George Ou positively discusses the recent release of the Ultra 24 and the different features that it comes along with. He explains that the Ultra 24 comes with a Solaris license but also supports a wide range of operating systems. He also explains that even though he has not reviewed the workstation hands on yet, "the prices look decent for a brand-name workstation and the hardware specifications look good."

2. The Open Office Experiment -- SoapBox 2.0, 10/22
This blogger writes about OpenOffice being alternative to Microsoft Office. He explains that he has never been able to use this office suite because he is primarily a Mac user and wants to work with a word processor that will run seemingly across his OS. He now has an opportunity through NeoOffice and is going to do all word processing and spreadsheet work through this office suite and write about his experience.

Comments:

Does that mean that Sol10 supports this chipset? I don't see any reference to it on the HCL, in particular, my MB (Gigabyte X38-DQ6)...

Anyone care to comment????

Posted by erez on January 11, 2008 at 07:53 AM EST #

erez,

yes, S10 8/07 (update 4) supports this chipset. if you've run into problems, feel free to contact me (my contact details are in http://www.sun.com/aboutsun/media/contacts/index.jsp

thx
chhandomay

Posted by guest on January 11, 2008 at 08:28 AM EST #

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