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Greetings! This is Surender Singh Samant from Sun OP/N1 RPE aka Solaris Sustaining. As a result of my new year resolution about creating a blog gone public, there was no way other than to create it ASAP (before anyone could remind me). With so much happening around it should remain updated, hopefully. A brief introduction to myself : I have completed six months at Sun recently. During undergraduation, I used SCO Unix, and at Post Graduate it was RedHat Linux. Unfortunately, Solaris was just a server operating system at that time, with few of the students even knowing it was Unix (and the most popular one at that!). At Sun I was pleasantly surprised to find Solaris 10 to be so similar to Linux from an end user's point of view. To be precise, it should be the other way around as Solaris has been there longer. With free availability of Solaris 10 and opening up of the source code, students now should definitely be more aware and eager to work on Solaris. :-)
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Welcome to the Blogosphere (and Wellcome to the Sun World) and I do hope you do manage to find the time to keep updating this weblog (it's hard sometimes). Perhaps you could tell us more what is the OP/N1 RPE and what's your part there.
I look forward to read more from you

Posted by Jaime Cardoso on January 03, 2006 at 07:58 PM IST #

Hi Jaime, Thanks for the welcome! Yes, I am planning to write something more about OP/N1 RPE and my part in it. Will do it soon. HNY and keep visiting!

Posted by Suren on January 04, 2006 at 06:14 AM IST #

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