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i have a sparc t3-1, i am actually trying to install solaris 11. I, originally, wanted to install linux debian on it, but it didnt work and i am still having problems with this server. The message that it cant be installed always appear. Do you have some ideia what should i do to do it work, please?
I am trying to install by .iso on my SPARC, but i couldnt. I think that is missing something inside the archieve that i made download. But i am actually trying to install the solaris 11 and im having problems. I am just stuck on this and i dont know what to do anymore, could you help me please?