C Hennessy wrote:
> lxrun allows you to run linux binaries on the Solaris intel
> platform, but is there an equivalent to allow solaris binaries to
> run on linux ?
yes. for linux/intel there's iBCS. it's a kernel module that will
allow you to run sco, unixware, and solaris binaries. worked well for
me - i used it to run the sco version of cscope for years.
for linux/sparc there's something similar, but dunno what. people used
to use it to run netscape for sunos or solaris, and i seem to remember
reading that someone used it to run internet explorer.
actually since internet explorer is part of the os, hasn't microsoft
violated the gpl...
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