By josephgeorge on Jul 08, 2007
If you are into Super Computing, then you should know Constellation.
Check out this review.
Moinak justed pointed me to the latest review of Solaris Express Developer Edition by The Register.
Linux For You, May 2007 edition shipped a Solaris Express DVD (3/07). It also had an step-by-step “How to install Solaris Express” article that Ananth had written. As Murphy would have it, the DVD shipped with the magazine has a bug that might prevent users from installing Solaris Express to the hard disk.
During the installation if you Choose your Time Zone as “Asia -> India” (as most of you will), the installer will hang when you enter the root password and click next. This is a known bug documented here and resolved subsequently To workaround this issue, choose any “US Timezone” like say “Americas -> United States -> Central Time”. After installation, you can always change the timezone from your installed Solaris Express by running /usr/sbin/sys-unconfig.
Hopefully, people who hit this bug will Google their way here ! And if any of your friends are LFY readers be sure to pass the word !
You can also direct any of their queries to firstname.lastname@example.org