Solaris 10 x86 patch cluster - Solaris

This is a discussion on Solaris 10 x86 patch cluster - Solaris ; I just recently installed Solaris 10 on my Shuttle SN25P. As you can guess Im having driver problems and Id like to upgrade Solaris with the latest patch cluster in case theyve included some new drivers I need. After having ...

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  1. Solaris 10 x86 patch cluster


    I just recently installed Solaris 10 on my Shuttle SN25P. As you can
    guess Im having driver problems and Id like to upgrade Solaris with
    the latest patch cluster in case theyve included some new drivers I
    need. After having spent two days now looking for the x86 patch cluster
    Im still not able to find somewhere to download it from.

    On sun solve page it says you have access to the patch cluster via
    anonymous ftp for free, but when I go to
    http://patches.sun.com/clusters/ I can only see the sparc Solaris
    cluster patch and not the x86. The readme file for the cluster patch
    seems to be there
    http://patches.sun.com/clusters/10_x...mmended.README, but not the
    actual patch.

    Am I supposed to be able the get the Solaris 10 x86 patch cluster for
    free and if so from where?

    Confused


  2. Re: Solaris 10 x86 patch cluster

    peeping_t@hotmail.com wrote:
    >
    > Am I supposed to be able the get the Solaris 10 x86 patch cluster for
    > free and if so from where?
    >
    > Confused
    >

    http://sunsolve.sun.com/pub-cgi/show...s/patch-access

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    Ian Collins.

  3. Re: Solaris 10 x86 patch cluster


    Ive tried that page and you have to have a Sun Service Plan to get
    access to the patch clusters from that page (at least as far as I can
    tell).


  4. Re: Solaris 10 x86 patch cluster

    peeping_t@hotmail.com wrote:
    > Ive tried that page and you have to have a Sun Service Plan to get
    > access to the patch clusters from that page (at least as far as I can
    > tell).
    >

    Bugger, you do. That's quite new.

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    Ian Collins.

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