As some of you may know already, I've recently restarted my activity on another technical blog of mine: Solaris blog.
Solaris blog is the very first blog I started, I was actively posting new material in 2006-2007. Since then my primary focus had shifted to Linux systems, but I realized that I miss Solaris so much that I still need to play with latest versions and features in Solaris 10 and OpenSolaris.
Today I'd like to offer you a few articles from Solaris blog, let me know if you find them useful:
- A working example of Solaris 10 zone setup and configuration
- Solaris 8 Migration Assistant (allows you to run Solaris 8 zones on Solaris 10 systems)
- pkg-get how-to – a great way to install free software any Solaris version
- X11 SSH forwarding with Putty – helps you access remote graphics session using SSH and Putty software and Xming server for Windows
- DTrace aggregations – an introduction to one of the features of DTrace, a great performance observability introduced in Solaris 10
Most of these topics are fairly technical and expect you to have previous knowledge of Solaris OS, but Unix Tutorial is here to take care of the basics – so ask away and I'll be glad to help you discover Solaris in my future posts.