"Open Solaris" (Server Market),
"Looking Glass" (Home Computing),
"Open Office" (Home Computing),
"Open Patients" (Most Relevant to Solaris, Server),
"Suns Linux Distro" (Home Computing),
Netbeans (Can be Home, via students, also server. Made to compete with eclipse though)
Sun has been ranting and raving about this for ages, that being Solaris is MORE powerful than Linux. People Just don't seem to hear it. Not only that if something ever did happen to the GPL, SUN would be at no loss. This is because; SUN, in the first place was never home computing. SUN wouldn't mind being home computing (which is why it is taking the chance), but the fact remains it NEVER WAS. So if SUN ever lost all those products, it would literally be at NO LOSS. Sun could go back to doing what it does best; SERVER, on the other hand if Linux did take off. Sun would ride the wave like every one else. The fact being that SUN's once close source desktop products are simply thee thing to have, in the desktop environment. This is being tactical, and just plain SMART! Now think about this; we all love IBM, but then again what (Once Closed Source) Company has published the most usable tools for the home desktop? I will tell you now it is not IBM. It's probably a tie between Netscape/Sun as far as code, SUN has given more. It is just a fact that (naturally, like any UNIX company) SUN doesn't see any growth of Linux in the heavy duty server market. It's just that short and sweet.