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    Senior Member 4mula1's Avatar
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    Should this also work for Solaris 10? My Solaris 10 x86 box has been serving up my music for a few years and now it won't boot past Grub, and I have a fear that I might have to reinstall. I've been using SqueezeCenter 7.3.3 because a) it worked and b) I didn't have the time/inclination to try to figure out how to install the newer versions. That time may be upon me so I'm looking for a shortcut...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4mula1 View Post
    Should this also work for Solaris 10? My Solaris 10 x86 box has been serving up my music for a few years and now it won't boot past Grub, and I have a fear that I might have to reinstall. I've been using SqueezeCenter 7.3.3 because a) it worked and b) I didn't have the time/inclination to try to figure out how to install the newer versions. That time may be upon me so I'm looking for a shortcut...
    Yes, I think the same instructions would work for you. I would highly recommend leaving your current set up as is and creating a new zone to try the installation on just in case something goes wrong.

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    Me, too. It should work as long as you have the gnu-binutils installed. They could reside in, e.g. /usr/gnu/bin or so...

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