I thought thats the reason we have core or core + networking to begin with.
also we have JeOS with open solaris. Both of these aproaches to install solaris
are almost bare bones.
> Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2011 10:01:35 -0700
> From: knatte_fnatte_tja...@yahoo.com
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> Subject: [zones-discuss] Future directions of Zones?
> There are speculations that future Microsoft Windows OS, will only be a
> kernel. And each program will be installed in an individual VM created for
> that program. Hence, the kernel would be minimalistic and not bloated.
> Can not something similar be done to Solaris? For instance, small Kernel, and
> everything installed in separate zones? This requires that Solaris Zones can
> be very minimilastic, they read the system files from the Kernel install, and
> write in it's own filesystem.
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