jkadams at computer.org
Sun Oct 31 13:36:51 PST 2004
Scott W wrote:
> Hexren wrote:
>> KC> Hi there
>> KC> Two very simple questions, can I run FreeBSD on a Sun box and is
>> it possible to run BSD on VMware
http://www.freebsd.org/platforms/sparc.html there are a long list of
supported hardware using the Sun Sparc chip, essentially everything
except stuff running the newer Sparc III chips and the old Ultra 1's.
There are a couple of others that you would need to use tftp to boot....
but its all on the webpage.
* Blade 100
* Blade 150
* Enterprise 220R
* Enterprise 250
* Enterprise 420R
* Enterprise 450
* Fire V100
* Fire V120
* Netra™ T1 105
* Netra T1 AC200/DC200
* Netra t 1100
* Netra t 1120
* Netra t 1125
* Netra t 1400/1405
* Netra 120
* Netra X1
* SPARCEngine® Ultra Axi
* SPARCEngine Ultra AXmp
* Ultra™ 5
* Ultra 10
* Ultra 30
* Ultra 60
* Ultra 80
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>> I dunno about the SunBox but VMware is possible.
>> Currently I run FreeBSD 4.10 in a VMware Workstation Version 4.0.5.
>> The machine hosting the Virtual Machine is running Windows XP. Though
>> I must admit I wasn't able to bring a FreeBSD Version greater than
>> 4.10 to work in the VM.(I only tried 5.2.1)
> I've had 5-CURRENT (around 5.1.X at the time) running without issues
> under VMWare. There are one or two configuration gotchas which can be
> found on the VMWare support forum site or googled....adding back in a
> 'FreeBSD' token basically for the OS type...which is virtually the
> same as the existing Linux OS config...
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