Re: Question about SunOS 5.5.1 root access
Of course you're right!
But there's a reason: I'm a retrocomputer's lover!
That machine didn't even switch on when I got it, and now the only
matter is the root password.
I could install a bsd or something like that but i'd like to mantain
Actually i still have some problems to solve but i've done a lot of
steps ahead and i'm happy to see that machine still running software.
Anyway, you're all very kind and i thank yuo for the precious
- Re: Question about SunOS 5.5.1 root access
... But there's a reason: I'm a retrocomputer's lover! ... That machine didn't even switch on when I got it, ... but I suggest you install SOlaris 7 (the last version ...
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... I just wish to know the precise reason why for example, ... noise-free source like a mechanical switch. ... They do not scale with voltage? ... Your logic is like saying a resistor behaves exactly the same no matter what ...
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