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Apr
22
comment How to install python libxml2 in solaris?
Your short answer isn't quite correct: there is pkgutil, which is an apt-get workalike. It's not called 'apt' but it does the same job.
Apr
22
comment git on solaris 10
The Sunfreeware URL is throwing a 404.
Sep
17
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
12
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
21
answered How to install python libxml2 in solaris?
Mar
25
awarded  Necromancer
Feb
13
comment grep -m in solaris/sun OS
There is also CSWgrep from OpenCSW. While it installs grep as /opt/csw/bin/ggrep, you also have the /opt/csw/gnu directory with symlinks, using the original names.
Jan
17
awarded  Yearling
Sep
27
answered Compiling PHP on Solaris
Jul
5
answered How to refresh open source software pkg manager on oldish OpenSolaris?
Jul
5
comment Solaris 10 opencsw git package issue with bitbucket git hosting
Was it the case of the libcurl4_feature package being needed?
Jun
27
answered Solaris: What is the difference between .so and .so.1 files?
Jun
27
revised Can't find .so in the same directory as the executable?
Add $ORIGIN
Jun
27
answered Can't find .so in the same directory as the executable?
Jun
27
comment Can't find .so in the same directory as the executable?
LD_LIBRARY_PATH is generally a poor choice in production. It is good for quick hacks, and things like helping uninstalled binaries find their shared libraries when running unit tests (think ./configure; make; make check). When building your binary, you can either put your library in a standard location (listed at /etc/ld.so.conf) or pass the -R flag to the linker to let the binary know where to look.
May
23
answered expect + how to install expect on solaris
Mar
11
comment Using Virtualization (vmware or virtualbox) to setup ipv6 network
Did you try it, weijiajun?
Feb
28
comment Automating silent software deployments on Solaris 10
There is a pkgutil provider in puppet, which can resolve dependencies and download packages via HTTP.
Feb
28
comment Where is the sudoers file on Solaris?
One of the places to get sudo is OpenCSW. You can install a precompiled package. The sudoers file is then /etc/opt/csw/sudoers.
Feb
26
answered NFS compound failed for server foosrv: error 7 (RPC: Authentication error)