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By jim on Nov 06, 2006
Solaris 10 X86 does boot 64 bits kernel by default on Intel 64 bits CPU System. Freshly installed Solaris 10 VMWARE image does not reboot/boot properly and does hang. This is a know issue which is fixed by upgrading the kernel.[Read More]
Principal Systems Technologist Engineer for Oracle Global IT. Sun Microsystems software and hardware specialist. I am based in Spain but currently manage projects and systems around the world. I am very often involved to mentor the new engineers joining the forces of Oracle. I come from the Linux sysadmin world... and will be definitively thankfulness for all the great things I've been learning the past 15 years...
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