Oracle Solaris

Solaris is a Unix operating system originally developed by Sun Microsystems. It superseded their earlier SunOS in 1993. In 2010, after the Sun acquisition by Oracle, it was renamed Oracle Solaris.

History:

In 1987, AT&T Corporation and Sun announced that they were collaborating on a project to merge the most popular Unix variants on the market at that time: Berkeley Software Distribution, UNIX System V, and Xenix. This became Unix System V Release 4 (SVR4).On September 4, 1991, Sun announced that it would replace its existing BSD-derived Unix, SunOS 4, with one based on SVR4. This was identified internally as SunOS 5, but a new marketing name was introduced at the same time: Solaris 2. The justification for this new overbrand was that it encompassed not only SunOS, but also the Open Windows graphical user interface and Open Network Computing (ONC) functionality.Although SunOS 4.1.x micro releases were retroactively named Solaris 1 by Sun, the Solaris name is used almost exclusively to refer only to the releases based on SVR4-derived SunOS 5.0 and later.

Architecture:

Solaris 2.5.1 included support for the PowerPC platform (PowerPC Reference Platform), but the port was canceled before the Solaris 2.6 release.In January 2006, a community of developers at Blastwave began work on a PowerPC port which they named Polaris. In October 2006, an OpenSolaris community project based on the Blastwave efforts and Sun Labs’ Project Pulsar, which re-integrated the relevant parts from Solaris 2.5.1 into OpenSolaris,announced its first official source code release.A port of Solaris to the Intel Itanium architecture was announced in 1997 but never brought to market.On November 28, 2007, IBM, Sun, and Sine Nomine Associates demonstrated a preview of Open Solaris for System z running on an IBM System z mainframe under z/VM, called Sirius (in analogy to the Polaris project, and also due to the primary developer’s Australian nationality: HMS Sirius of 1786 was a ship of the First Fleet to Australia). On October 17, 2008, a prototype release of Sirius was made available and on November 19 the same year, IBM authorized the use of Sirius on System z Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL) processors.Solaris also supports the Linux platform application binary interface (ABI), allowing Solaris to run native Linux binaries on x86 systems. This feature is called Solaris Containers for Linux Applications (SCLA), based on the branded zones functionality introduced in Solaris 10.

Versions:

Solaris Versions Sun Os Release date
1.x 4.1.x 1991
2.0 5.0 June 1992
2.1 5.1 December 1992
2.2 5.2 May 1993
2.3 5.3 November 1993
2.4 5.4 November 1994
2.5 5.5 November 1995
2.5.1 5.5.1 May 1996
2.6 5.6 July 1997
7 5.7 November 1998
8 5.8 February 2000
10 5.10 January 31, 2005
11 Express 2010.11 5.11 November 15, 2010
11 5.11 November 9, 2011
11.1 5.11 October 3, 2012
11.2 5.11 April 29, 2014
11.3 5.11 October 26, 2015

 

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How To Make Sizzling Chocolate Brownie : Kasturi Vijay

                       Chocolate Brownie

  Ingredient:
  • 1/2 cup Maida.
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder.
  • 1 cup milk.
  • 200 gm. Oreo Chocolate Biscuit.
  • 1 teaspoon butter.
  • 4 teaspoon Suger.
  Recipe:
  • Crush Oreo biscuit without cream in grinder. Add butter and suger . Mix it well.
  • Add 1 cup milk while mixing crush . Mix it well
  • Add Maida.
  • Add baking powder.
  •  Mix it well.
  • Bake for 15 min in Microwave at 180 degree.
  • Brownie is ready to serve.

                           Chocolate Souce

Ingredient :
  • Dark Chocolate bar.
  • 1 cup milk.
  • 2 table spoon suger.
Recipe :
  • Take one cup milk in pan and heat it on medium flame.
  • When milk became hot,lower the flame and add Suger. Add Chocolate bar.
  • Using spatula start to mix everything very well.Make sure that Suger is dissolving.
  • Chocolate Souce is ready to serve.

                          Sizzling Brownie

  • Heat the sizzling plate on high flame till red hot.
  • Pour 2 tbsp. chocolate souce over it.
  • Place the bronie in center.
  • Top it with 2 more tbsp of chocolate souce.
  • Add one scoop of Vanilla icecream and top it with 2 more tbsp of chocolate souce.
  • Place the plate on wooden tray and serve immediately.
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UC Browser Disappears From Google Play Store

UC Browser has disappeared from the Google Play store. The Alibaba-owned mobile browser, which garnered more than 500 million downloads last month and has over 100 million users in India, is no longer visible on search – though other UCWeb applications – UC Browser Mini and UC News – still are. The development emerges months after the Chinese app had been accused of sending personal data of its Indian users to a server in China, and it’s unclear for now what the reason for the removal is.

The removal of UC Browser from Google Play was spotted by users and reported late on Tuesday. Android Police founder Artem Russakovskii also posted the text of an email that he received from UC Union (UCWeb’s affiliate network) that suggests some conflict between Google and UCWeb. The UC Union email, which was said to be circulated on November 9, warns partners to abandon “all misleading/malicious advertising” ways that are being used to procure new users.

source: NDTV

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