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GFX OpenWindows V3.0 - For Solaris 8 and 9 ONLY

The  GFX OpenWindows software for Solaris 8 and 9 comes bundled with the operating system. The driver packages can be found on disc one of two in the following directory:
/s0/Solaris_8/Product or /s0/Solaris_9/Product

There are five packages in all:
TSIpgx.u
TSIpgx.us
TSIpgxw
TSIpgxx.u
TSIpgxx.us

To install the packages, use Sun's pkgadd command. If you need help with the pkgadd command, please refer to its man pages.

Drivers:
You can also download these packages:
Solaris 8: pgxOWv30_s8.tar.Z(530 KB)
Solaris 9: pgxOWv30_s9.tar.Z (347 KB)

Installation Instructions:
1. First, you must uncompress the tar file that you downloaded from this  site. For example:
prompt%  uncompress pgxOWv30c.tar.Z

 

2. Next, you need to untar the file. For example:
prompt%  tar xvf pgxOWv30c.tar

 

3. Finally, you install the software using the install_all script, included with every driver download. You must be root to perform the  installation. To install the software, type:
prompt#  ./install_all

Boards  Supported: GFX-8P / PGX32

Operating  Systems Supported: Solaris 8 and 9 ONLY

Description:This software is provided in Sun's pkgadd  format and consists of kernel drivers and X Window (DDX) drivers that  support the list of graphics accelerators mentioned above in Ultra workstations (5, 10, 30, 60, 80) and Enterprise servers (E250, E450,  E3500, E4500). The software supports simultaneous 8 & 24 bit visuals  (in the X server) and is optimized for best possible performance.

EIZO Rugged Solutions recommends that you always install the latest available patch.

Patches Available for Solaris 8:109154-18.tar.Z (587 KB)

Patches Available for Solaris 9:112601-07.tar.Z (280 KB)

Patch Readme:README.109154-18 (4.45 KB)

Patch Readme:README.112601-07 (2.28 KB)

Patch  Installation Instructions:
1. First, you must uncompress the tar file that you downloaded from this  site. For example:
prompt%  uncompress 107851-15.tar.Z

 

2. Next, you need to untar the file in a directory. For example:
prompt%  tar xvf 107851-15.tar

 

3. Finally, install the patch by using the patchadd command (if you need  help with the patchadd command, please see its man pages). You must be root to install the patch.
prompt#  patchadd 107851-15