Sun Solaris 2.x

Solaris is a Unix based operating system created by Sun Microsystems (now purchased by Oracle in 2010). It is the successor to Sun OS and was released initially in June of 1992. The OS is based off of System V Unix and its first release was known internally as SunOS 5. This OS was typically used on SPARC based processors, up until 1994 when it began to support x86 and x86-64 based machines. Versions of Solaris up until version 8 are considered abandoned, with version 9's support ending in October 2014.

The OS has been open-sourced and its successor is OpenSolaris. Oracle still sells Solaris, with the most recent version being 11.2 released in April of 2014.

This includes the Short lived PowerPC port of Solaris 2.5.1. This was the only PPC version ever released as the port was canceled before the 2.6 release. Supports a number of IBM and Motorola PowerPC machines. (Not Macintosh PPC)

Product type
OS
Vendor
Sun Microsystems
Release date
1992
Minimum CPU
Sun Sparc
User interface
GUI
Platform
Unix

Downloads

Download Name Version Language CPU File type File size
Sun Solaris 2.2 [Sun SPARC] 2.2 [Sun SPARC] English SPARC CD 124.81MB
Sun Solaris 2.3 [Sun SPARC] 2.3 [Sun SPARC] English SPARC CD 146.95MB
Sun Solaris 2.4 [Sun SPARC] 2.4 [Sun SPARC] English SPARC CD 145.64MB
Sun Solaris 2.4 [i386] 2.4 [i386] English x86-32 CD 106.93MB
Sun Solaris 2.5.1 [PPC] 2.5.1 [PPC] English ppc CD 170.68MB
Sun Solaris 2.5.1 [i386] 2.5.1 [i386] English x86-32 CD 117.01MB
Sun Solaris 2.5.1.1197 [Sun SPARC] 2.5.1.1197 [Sun SPARC] English SPARC CD 163.74MB
Sun Solaris 2.6.598 [Sun SPARC] 2.6.598 [Sun SPARC] English SPARC CD 314.21MB

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