Sun Rays and Nevada

By way of an update, over the July break (yes, I know it is nearly September!), I completed the upgrade of my laptop to Nevada (build 18). Add to the mix, Casper's frkit, Darren's netprof, and packages from the good folks supporting Blastwave and my laptop is a force to be reckoned! Since then, Nevada has been my only desktop. It has flawless performed on both wired and wireless networks, at home, at the office and at conferences (being projected), ... you name it.

So, since everything has been going so very well, I decided to expose my family to Nevada ;-)

A few weeks ago, we completed the upgrade of our home Sun Ray environment. My family has moved off of the Ultra 10 (running a pre-release of Solaris 10) to a eMachines PC (Pentium 4) system running Nevada (build 18) and SRSS 3.1. I have to say that the transition was completely painless - the SRSS software installed on the Nevada-based x86 platform with no problem and has since been running flawlessly. Gotta love things that "just work".

Isn't technology grand!

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