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Internally speaking, for your motherboard bus. Would it be possible for a usb standard to be used in place of the PCI or PCIe bus that is now nearly standard on all PC's? If not, why wouldn't this work? (8 Replies)
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I have server SUN BLADE T6340 and i tried install debian sparc on this machine.
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For the past ten years I have owned a blade 100, and I had Solaris 9 running on it.
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I have recently re-installed Solaris 10 on a Sun Blade 150 followed by a patch set (10_Recommended) dated 2011.12.05.
I have just noticed /bin/sun now returns false, rather than true. See below.
$ uname -a
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$ /bin/sparc &&... (1 Reply)
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If someone please help as my efforts been exhausted in connecting my sun blade 100 serial to my pc. I am using null modem with DB9(female) in sun blade and DB9(female, using gender change) in pc.
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FYI noob to here and sun blades...
I have a sun blade 100 and I can't get the cdrom to work. if i try using vold that doesn't seem to work either...maybe i'm not using it correctly.
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Hi, I've been a member for a while but have never posted. I have a Sun Blade 100 desktop and I just installed Solaris 10 and it is unbearably slow. I only have 128 Meg of RAM and need to upgrade. I have searched and found many online resources that have RAM, but I was wondering if anyone has... (12 Replies)
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It's me again, I was taking my Sun Blade 100 apart last night to see what kind of drive I have. It is a Seagate ST320011A Barracuda ATA IV 20 GB 7200 RPM Ultra ATA/100 IDE.
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I have SunBlade 2000 with XVR-1000 graphics card. Xserver won't loaded. I've reinstalled OS 9 ( loaded Driver) nor 10 still won't do it. Anyone has this problem or have any ideas whats' wrong, greatly appreciated!!
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usb-devices(1) Linux USB Utilities usb-devices(1)
usb-devices - print USB device details
usb-devices is a (bash) shell script that can be used to display details of USB buses in the system and the devices connected to them.
The output of the script is similar to the usb/devices file available either under /proc/bus (if usbfs is mounted), or under /sys/ker-
nel/debug (if debugfs is mounted there). The script is primairily intended to be used if the file is not available.
In contrast to the usb/devices file, this script only lists active interfaces (those marked with a "*" in the usb/devices file) and their
Be advised that there can be differences in the way information is sorted, as well as in the format of the output.
If sysfs is not mounted, a non-zero exit code is returned.
The part of the sysfs tree the script walks through to assemble the printed information.
Location where the usb/devices file can normally be found for Linux kernels before 2.6.31, if usbfs is mounted.
Location where the usb/devices file can normally be found for Linux kernel 2.6.31 and later, if debugfs is mounted.
Greg Kroah-Hartman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Randy Dunlap <email@example.com>
Frans Pop <firstname.lastname@example.org>
usbutils-001 23 June 2009 usb-devices(1)