Solaris 10: The Complete Reference by Paul Watters

By Paul Watters

Maximize the entire functions of sunlight Microsystems' unfastened, leading edge, and robust UNIX-based working procedure with support from this authoritative consultant. Get complete info on deploy, strategy and equipment administration, entry regulate and protection, networking, prone, directories, and purposes. you are going to discover ways to reap the benefits of the hot good points on hand in Solaris 10, together with the rewritten TCP/IP stack, the improved cryptographic framework, cross-platform optimization, Linux interoperability, and lots more and plenty extra. no matter if you are new to Solaris or migrating from Linux or home windows, you will want this finished resource.* set up and run Solaris 10 on UltraSPARC or Intel platforms* deal with documents, directories, and procedures, and use shell instructions* organize person- and role-based entry keep watch over* Use the Solaris administration Console (SMC) to control clients and teams* Configure units and dossier platforms* enforce effective backup and restoration providers* let procedure logging, tracking, accounting, and tuning* Configure DHCP, firewalls, and distant entry* paintings with DNS, NIS/NIS+, and LDAP* permit shared dossier platforms and printers utilizing Samba and/or NFS* Use solar Java method software Server and Apache HTTP Server

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Solaris is one implementation of the UNIX operating system that draws on both the System V (AT&T) and Berkeley (BSD) traditions. It has risen from little more than a research project to become the dominant UNIX operating system in the international marketplace today. 10. Solaris is commonly found in large corporations and educational institutions that require concurrent, multiuser access on individual hosts and between hosts connected via the Internet. com/software/ solaris/binaries/). x. Many desktop computer users have never heard of the word “Sun” in the context of computing, nor are they usually familiar with the term “Solaris” as an operating environment.

Even in the 1970s, when C was being implemented far and wide across different hardware platforms, it was often possible to transfer source and recompile it without modification, but binary compatibility was never achieved. The secret to Java’s success is the two-stage compile and interpretation process, which differs from many other development environments. Java source is compiled on the source platform to an intermediary bytecode format, which can then be transferred to any other platform and interpreted by a JVM.

Features of System V Release 4 Solaris 10 integrates many features from the AT&T System V releases, including support for interprocess communication, which were missing in the BSD distributions. As discussed earlier, many legal battles were fought over the UNIX name and source. System V was developed by the UNIX System Laboratories (USL), which was still majority-owned by AT&T in the early 1980s. However, Novell bought USL in early 1993. Eventually, USL sold UNIX to Novell, which ultimately sold it to X/Open.

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