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I would like to know equivalent command to curl in Solaris. As in Linux, the curl command is used to find the website activity.

Kindly let me know command to check website in Solaris.

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Curl is not a Linux command or a Solaris command, it's a Curl command - as in separate software from the operating system.

You need to install Curl on Solaris if you want to use it.

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wget comes bundled with Solaris 10. It's installed in /usr/sfw/bin. You can always also just install your own curl, of course.

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wget, lynx, links, and even netcat (nc) can all do similar things to curl. One of them may already be installed on your Solaris system. If not, you will need to install one of them or install curl.

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