> Basically, if we cut the crap, this means that there is no point
> in the 2 user license, so we can just assume that solaris costs
> $1200 (or whatever).
That seems to be the way we've evaluated it. Since we have home
directories exported from every Sun we own, and easily have more
than 2 users logged on at any time, all of ours would be servers.
Now if you just don't network the Sun, you might be able to have
it a client.
> (Am I th eonly person who feels that Sun has made some unpopular
> decisions lately ???????)
Probably the people who installed Solaris 2.1 and then had to
quickly switch to 4.1.3 might agree a little bit.
NextStep for Sun, anyone?
-- Bill Eldridge firstname.lastname@example.org *** He who remembers the past is condemned to misread it. *** - George Santana
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