4 Replies Latest reply: May 12, 2013 10:44 AM by Pascal Kreyer-Oracle RSS

    solaris 11 - No certificates issued


      i'm very new here as well as using solaris 11
      and i'm trying to get the certificates and i'm not getting there
      i went to https://pkg-register.oracle.com/register/status/
      this is what i get

      There has been a problem with contacting the entitlement server. You will only be able to issue new certificates for public products. Please try again later

      and there's no certificate for solaris 11

      something i'm missing of doing wrong?
      i went through the posting and didn't see any, if there's already an existing post of help pages please direct me
      thank you
        • 1. Re: solaris 11 - No certificates issued
          Pascal Kreyer-Oracle
          Certificates can only be generated if you have a support contract for the required product.
          • 2. Re: solaris 11 - No certificates issued
            Hi Pascal,

            Just to follow up, is a solaris support package affordable for individual use as or is it only necessary for corporations? Moreover, what exactly are the benefits of the support (is there a big performance difference or larger repository?) I badly need a broadcom wireless driver for a netbook to run solaris and think it would be worth the money. Furthermore, I like the idea of contributing to the project, I'm really satisfied using it so far.

            • 4. Re: solaris 11 - No certificates issued
              Pascal Kreyer-Oracle
              The support package is available for everyone and is not limited to corporates. But it can be excessive depending the platform you use, and this is also the case with the standard Linux distributions, other UNIX distributions and Windows . But if you look for stability and security, the cost is negligible.

              You have, with this contract, access to : firmwares, critical security patches, bug fixes, feature enhancements, and even any new releases that become available while you maintain active support coverage. This include Oracle Linux, Oracle Solaris, Oracle VM and Enterprise Manager Ops Center.

              More details there : http://www.oracle.com/us/support/premier/servers-storage/overview/index.html and http://www.oracle.com/us/products/servers-storage/solaris/non-sun-x86-081976.html