Unix and Linux network configuration. Multiple network interfaces. Bridged NICs. High-availability network configurations.


Reviews of latest Unix and Linux software. Helpful tips for application support admins. Automating application support.


Disk partitioning, filesystems, directories, and files. Volume management, logical volumes, HA filesystems. Backups and disaster recovery.


Distributed server monitoring. Server performance and capacity planning. Monitoring applications, network status and user activity.

Commands & Shells

Cool Unix shell commands and options. Command-line tools and application. Things every Unix sysadmin needs to know.

Home » Commands & Shells

Check if Solaris supports 64-bit applications

Submitted by on November 19, 2005 – 10:41 pm 4 Comments

How to determine if your installation of Solaris supports 64-bit applications.

isainfo -v


Print Friendly, PDF & Email


  • Disrae says:

    1.what is RSS feeds?
    2.what is dot net framework?
    3.What is CVS?
    4.API and binaries are what ?
    5.Can we build an application for symbian phone with .NET ?
    6.What is a loader ?
    7.What is a launchpad ?
    8.What is the difference between a Kernel and OS ?
    9.Is UNIX is built into LINUX OS like DOS is in Windows ?
    10.Is UNIX is free like Linux ?
    11.Is there any FREE Nokia S60 themes creator available other than the one in the ?
    12.Is the MCSE certification is good ? I had completed the RHCT.
    13.In the server arena, which certification is good – Microsoft / Redhat / Solaris ?
    14.The storage format of both HDD and floppy are similar i.e., magnetic storage ?
    15.What is a SATA HDD?
    16.Is there any 64bit dual core or quad core processor avail or all processors with more than one core are having 64 bit?
    17.Why SQL is called as a language ? with C we can create a SQL but with SQL can we create any apps?
    18.How the optical mouse works ? Is it contain a low-powered CMOS camera ?

  • Tyler H says:

    I am not liking the direction Vista and Windows 7 are taking with abandoning software compatibility concerns. Every home user out there that switches to Vista has to give up their software. It seems like theft of a new kind. Make an operating system that is incompatible with software you purchased just a year ago. Weird. Time to head over to Mac or try this Solaris, I think.

  • John says:

    I need to test my software application on Solaris 8 for a backwards compatibility/regression test. Does anyone know where I can download a version of this software or purchase a copy? I need to do it this weekend, so eBay isn’t an option. I need to download and install it… Thanks!

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: