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Tuesday Jan 23, 2007
By josephgeorge on Jan 23, 2007
Excerpt from the article:
|Or perhaps you think that Solaris will be too big and Enterprise-heavy? |
Well, according to a front page article in The Times of India, Anil
Gulecha (a third year computer science student at JSS Academy,
Bangalore) has put a "Live USB" bootable version of Solaris on a 1GB
memory stick. He started from Moinak Ghosh's version of OpenSolaris,
BeleniX, on Live CD. Ghosh is a Sun engineer (see his Random Bit Bucket
here, where you'll find an interesting piece on getting Vista and
Solaris to coexist). BeliniX promises to get you test-driving
OpenSolaris from CD (no hard disk installation necessary, although it is
possible) in under two minutes (Live USB is faster than Live CD) and
claims to include all its features.
I am waiting to count the number of hits today on belenix.org and
- Sunray & IP Phone
- InfoWorld on opensource in the storage world
- BeleniX download is a really a torrent now!
- Code for Freedom, India 2007 in Netbeans Pod Cast
- Top 10 IT Employers in India - Sun Microsystems
- India says no to OOXML!
- Singapore Airlines puts Linux and StarOffice in every seat
- BeleniX - LiveUSB - session/data persistence is here!
- Dtrace Tech Talk by Bryan Cantrill on Google Video
- Code for Freedom, India 2007