Death of Sparc Solaris Workstation? Sparc Solaris workstations were dream machines when I was in school. It was fast, reliable, and very expensive. When Sun introduced the models using PC components with affordable price, I was so glad and bought one soon as it was available. I bought a Blade 100 in 2001, and I'm still using it running Solaris 9. (10 was too heavy for that machine.) I recently ... Recently we've got a working SUN Ultra II Workstation. But it came diskless and there was nothing interesting to dig for. File Archive; SGI Documentation. Searching for SGI administration guides? We have a mirror . SGI Desktop Techpubs Library. Using old computer? Visit our FTP archive at: ftp.retrogeeks.org login: retro with e-mail as password We need your help! We use every chance to fulfill ... Platforms based on UltraSPARC T2+ CPUs: Sun SPARC Enterprise T5140, T5240 and T5440, Sun Blade T6340, Sun Netra T6340, and Netra T5440. Platforms based on SPARC T3 CPUs: SPARC T3-1, T3-1B, T3-2 and T3-4, Netra SPARC T3-1, and Netra SPARC T3-1BA. Sun Java Workstation models: W1100z, W2100z. Sun Ultra Workstation models: 20, 20 M2, 40, 40 M2 Development tools for SPARC were reasonably mature, though presumably more oriented toward server/workstation workloads. However, SPARC also had some disadvantages: By 1997 (with the introduction of the Pentium II) the future of SPARC in workstations would have begun to be under question (making the cross compiling issue somewhat moot). Apr 9, 2019 - Explore Andras Czesznak's board "Vintage Sun hardware" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Sun microsystems, Computer history, Old computers.
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A closer look at the SPARC ISA and starting a small PoC JIT for that! - Duration: 1:10:38. Bits inside by René Rebe 327 views. 1:10:38. Sgi Octane MIPS64 Linux finally stable! - Duration: 15:35 ... NatureTech 777s SPARC laptop booting up SUN Solaris 9. This laptop from the late 1990's is equipped with a 500 MHz UltraSPARC IIe processor and 256 MB RAM. The first implementation of the original 32-bit architecture was used in Sun's Sun-4 workstation and server systems, replacing their earlier Sun-3 systems based on the Motorola 68000 series of ... Anyone who's ever been to a college campus has likely seen at least one Sun UNIX workstation with Solaris at some point. These were everywhere, a relic of th... A 64-bit powerhouse from 2001, with a 440 MHz UltraSPARC IIi processor and the UPA-bus Creator 3D graphics card, running Solaris 9.