whats the best linix distribution for an ultra10 solaris
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Distribution: The ones that come in magazines and books.
Installed FC6 was a breeze for me. SUSE 10.0 comes in second, although it had one minor problem. It was probably the disc, though. Try either one of those.
Alternately, I'd go into a Barnes and Noble, and pick up a Linux book that comes with umpteen million different Linux Live CDs. Boot up and fool around with all of them and see which one you like. That's the only real way you'll find out.
There may be however an installation issue for your U10: RAM requirement for the installation is 256MB or maybe more.
Your response was very helpful. Even if it does not work for SIPp I have another U10 that I am going to load Solaris 10 on. I am currently running Solaris 8 and it needs to be upgraded. once again I appreciate your help.