Re: Regarding virtualization

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Actually there is an emulation option for SPARC on Intel. Check out http://www.qemu.org/ . There was also an emulation product from Transitive but IBM bought them out and squashed it like a bug for some reason... 

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"white.heron white" <white.heron@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Fyi. The Solaris SPARC operating system is design for SUN SPARC architecture.
The Linux PC design based on Intel architecture. It is totally different from SUN SPARC architecture.
 
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From: Marco Shaw <marco.shaw@xxxxxxxxx>
To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list <redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx> 
Sent: Thursday, December 1, 2011 6:20 AM
Subject: Re: Regarding virtualization

You cannot install the Solaris SPARC version on a Linux virtualization
solution.  You will need the Solaris Intel version, and you may or may
not have problems.  You are also asking a very broad question, and may
need to do a bit more searching on the Internet to find some details
on how to proceed.

Marco

On Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 5:37 PM,  <amiteshsahay@xxxxxxx> wrote:
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> Hello Members
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> Greetings!!
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>
> Can someone explain how to virtualise (or emulate) a Solaris 9 or 8 SPARC system on a Linux PC? (How to install a virtual system from the DVD? How to clone an existing system as a virtual one?)
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> Regards,
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>
> Amitesh S
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