>> (one assumes) to sell, preferably, Sun Solaris on the server (on either
>> UltraSPARC or IA-32, and soon IA-64).
> err.. that should be AMD-64 of course. There's no such thing as
> IA-64 (of any relevance at least).
Yes there is :)
IA64 / IA32 is what Intel calls their cpu's.
IA64 being Itanium, IA32 being i386 up to Pentium4
> Paul Jakma paul at clubi.iepaul at jakma.org Key ID: 64A2FF6A
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