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I can't disagree with Danila -- if you have a support contract, use it. In fact, you'll probably want to use it to upgrade from Solaris 11 to Solaris 11.1. That said, your problem is that the local repository you've attached is newer than your installed system, and doesn't have the matched set of packages. You want to get the Solaris 11 repository ISO ...


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If this is production SPARC T4 box with Solaris 11 on it. If i was in your situation, I would not mess with it and get a hold of Oracle support. Especially in the case of the doubt while installing one of the crucial systems aspects as system headers for "gcc" while being in the state of "I'm not at all familiar with how solaris package management works." ...


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if you are lucky enough to have the software in your repositories, you can install dependencies with apt: root # apt-get build-dep nginx Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Note, selecting 'libgd-dev' instead of 'libgd2-dev' Note, selecting 'liblua5.1-0-dev' instead of 'liblua5.1-dev' The ...


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cfg_file=/usr/local/nagios/etc/hosts.cfg ;new file added cfg_file=/usr/local/nagios/etc/services.cfg ;new file added It seems as if you made the incorrect assumption that you can add a comment to a line using the ; character. Remove those comments and try again.


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If you intend to distribute the software to other machines, you definitely need to package it. You don't specify which distribution you are using, so general guidance follows. Software in the GNU/Linux and *BSD worlds is usually distributed in packaged form and source code when its license allows it. Different distributions use different frontends or ...


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When inspecting version 9.x of the if.hfile in different versions of the FreeBSD kernel, "IFCAP_HWSTATS" was missing. In Version 10 it was present again, maybe FreeBSD developers have changed or broken this in version 9.x? As the latest driver by Intel in version 2.8.2 requires this declaration the compilation breaks - sadly. For this reason, you should ...


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Well, first of all go read Danila's answer. If you have no familiarity with Solaris package management, don't muck around with it on a production system - do like he said and get someone who knows what they're doing to help you. With that out of the way: Your first option is to tell Solaris not to be such a picky beast about the version restrictions in ...


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Take a look at C_INCLUDE_PATH and CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH environment variables: export C_INCLUDE_PATH=/usr/local/include/:${C_INCLUDE_PATH} export CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH=/usr/local/include/:${CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH}


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No, I've never seen the issue. But it sounds messy. This may be a hosting support issue. If the host pushes a specific kernel version and they manage the R1Soft install, shouldn't the host have a working hcp module available or be able to walk users through the steps needed to get things working? If anything, you can try hcp-setup and upload the relevant ...


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The header files are not that much what you need here. Actually, assuming an identical Solaris release/update, you already have them given the fact there is a single Solaris source tree. What you need is a cross-compiler and finding one is not going to be an easy task. You probably end up trying building one from gcc source code and to do it, you'll need ...


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Ansible does not have an archive module, there is only the unarchive module which unpacks archives at the target host. Take a look at this ServerFault Q&A for further information. If you want to pack files on a remote host with Ansible you have to use the command module. Using the command module you can pack files like this: - name: Archive files. ...


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If you are talking about this message objs/src/http/modules/ngx_http_upstream_zone_module.o \ objs/ngx_modules.o \ -ldl -lpthread -lcrypt -lpcre -lcrypto -lcrypto -lz \ -Wl,-E sed -e "s|%%PREFIX%%|/opt/nginx-1.9.12|" \ -e "s|%%PID_PATH%%|/opt/nginx-1.9.12/logs/nginx.pid|" \ -e ...



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