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|Transitioning From Oracle Solaris 10 to Oracle Solaris 11 Oracle Solaris 11 Information Library|
The following desktop features have been replaced or removed. Note that some features were introduced later than Oracle Solaris 10:
Common Desktop Environment (CDE) – CDE is replaced by the Oracle Solaris Desktop (GNOME 2.30).
ESounD – Migrate to the GStreamer programs, such as gst-launch.
gnome-keyring-manager – Seahorse replaces this feature.
GNOME On-screen Keyboard (GOK) program – The dasher application can be used as a replacement in some instances.
GNOME System tools (Introduced in an earlier Oracle Solaris 11 release):
network-admin – NWAM replaces this feature.
services-admin – Use the /usr/bin/vp svcs command.
shares-admin – Use the /usr/bin/vp sharemgr command.
time-admin – Use the /usr/bin/vp time command.
users-admin (GNOME Users and Groups tool) – No replacement is currently available. See Tools for Managing User Accounts, Groups, and Roles.
The GNOME System tools are not available in Oracle Solaris 10.
Solaris Management Console – This tool and its equivalent command-line tools are no longer available. See Tools for Managing User Accounts, Groups, and Roles.
Solaris Print Manager – This tool is replaced by CUPS Print Manager in Oracle Solaris 11. See Printer Configuration and Management Changes.
Xsun family of servers on SPARC – The Xorg family of servers is still supported. See Xorg Family of Servers.