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Links 1 through 10 of 61 by Rafael Ferreira tagged Solaris

Here is a quick guide on how to build Git on a laptop running OpenSolaris (build 78).

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Sun's Bryan Cantrill interviews Joyent's Jason Hoffman. Among some of the things they discuss is Rails sudden success and the future of data management. Recommended.

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Cool tutorial on how to use VirtualBox under a Solaris host. Had I found this sooner, a lot of time wasted chasing libs could've been prevented.

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I imagine this won't be of interest to a great deal of people, but still, it helped me a lot. In this message Joe Buck explains how GCC finds necessary subprograms (linker, preprocessor, assembler).

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"In multiboot system if your have Windows with NTFS filesystem and you wanted read-only support this utlity can mount the NTFS filesystem in Solaris."

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"This all serves as an object lesson of how unanticipatable the benefits of open source can be: [] no one at Sun anticipated that open sourcing DTrace would allow it to be used to Sun's advantage on a hot web development platform running on a hip developm

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Stephen O'Grady, an analyst with RedMonk, discusses the issues around the possible naming of Project Indiana as OpenSolaris (or something close). He then argues for that thesis, pointing out that it is the most clear and beneficial to the users.

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Loads of links and data points regarding the Twitter scalability incident (and solution). FYI, Twitter is a Ruby on Rails app running on Solaris on Sun servers.

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