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GCC missing from Solaris 11, and server already deployed (no access to internet)

I'm having a peculiar problem, where a server has already been deployed, and it's no longer connected to the network. For it's original purpose, it didn't need any C/C++ compiling tools, and thus ...
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How to refresh open source software pkg manager on oldish OpenSolaris?

I'm being presented with an OpenSolaris vps, actually a Solaris Container, which is based on SXCE snv_121 and is active since mid 2007: the good old Sun days, IIRC even before the Indiana stuff! For ...
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How to install packages on Linux or Solaris on non-default paths?

By "default path", I mean "/usr/local", or other paths managed by root ("system paths"). I have to install many application packages (by that, I mean: svn, httpd, git, perl, python, ...) on a few ...
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Reinstalling a package on Solaris 11

I installed gcc 4 on Solaris 11 using pkg-get gcc4g++ near the end of the installation process it showed a warning that some script didn't run succesfully (which I didn't write down unfortunately). ...
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what is the good package format installing binaries on Linux, AIX and Solaris. RPM?

is there a common packaging format for shipping complied files (not sources) on Redhat Linux , IBM AIX and Solaris?
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finding binaries/files/libraries not in Path — specifically gcj

I am trying to build pdftk, which apparently requires gcj. Since it is not already in my path, I can either add the directory holding gcj to my path or define the path in the pre-made Makefile. The ...
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Installing multiple packages with pkgadd

I have a directory with every package I require. Don't really want to go through several dozen files and manually invoke pkgadd for them. Is there a way to automate this process or call pkgadd to ...
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How do you configure Perl CPAN in Solaris?

I can't seem to get CPAN installs working on a Solaris machine. Here is my current output. ~# perl -MCPAN -eshell Terminal does not support AddHistory. cpan shell -- CPAN exploration and modules ...