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PACKAGEname jlliagre View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by jlliagre 11-19-2005, 09:13 PM #3 davidrham LQ Newbie Registered: Nov see below! You where previous talking about patched pkg*, did you mean Solaris pkg* tools or Blastwave pkg-get? Installing patch packages... http://back2cloud.com/pkgadd-error/pkgadd-error-attempt-to-process-datastream-failed.php

This is the accepted answer. We have different install pkg's for each. If this succeeds, something is messing with the filenames you download. (0000418) mila 2004-03-21 07:49 HI, Thanks for prompt reply. Romeo Ninov replied Jun 21, 2011 And also will be good to check with file command the type of the file(package) Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best you can try this out

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Please guide... Alastair France replied Jun 20, 2011 Typically YOU don't move the package to the /var/spool/pkg directory - pkgadd does what it needs to do itself. connected.

You will receive 10 karma points upon successful completion! After more research I have discovered that the BigFix support web site (http://support.bigfix.com/install/besclients-nonwindows.html#solaris), indicates that the Solaris 10 package (SPARC) is the same as the Solaris 9 package (SPARC). Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... Pkgadd Error No Packages Were Found In Solaris 10 Contact Us - Advertising Info - Rules - LQ Merchandise - Donations - Contributing Member - LQ Sitemap - Main Menu Linux Forum Android Forum Chrome OS Forum Search LQ

mistervernon91 270004W3KC 18 Posts Re: Solaris package installation ‏2011-03-07T22:14:35Z This is the accepted answer. Pkgadd Error Attempt To Process Datastream Failed Errno 2 Mahtab Dalal replied Jun 20, 2011 Go where your pkg stored or run the command pkgadd -d SFWsudo /var/spool/pkg is default location for spooling or dumping the pakg's in solaris Top Be warned browser downloader shows 'successful download' event though it was missing a few hundred KB. why not try these out Recently, I downloaded three Solaris sparc files from the TEM website using the *NIX tool.

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I forget the details, but depending on the type of package, you have to treat them differently. gpg: There is no indication that the signature belongs to the owner. Pkgadd Error Attempt To Process Datastream Failed - Bad Format In Datastream Table-of-contents J but do check man pkgadd first. Pkgadd Error No Packages Were Found In Var Tmp However, I am not familiar with the syntax required in order to add (execute) the files to the Solaris machines.

Okay,.. see here I use following steps to install ( please confirm if correct) 1> gunzip splunk-4.1.6-89596-solaris-8-sparc.pkg.Z The above gives me splunk-4.1.6-89596-solaris-8-sparc.pkg 2> pkgadd -d ./splunk-4.1.6-89596-solaris-8-sparc.pkg At this point it gives error :(. davidrham View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by davidrham 11-20-2005, 02:18 AM #4 jlliagre Moderator Registered: Feb 2004 Location: Outside Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... Pkgadd Error No Packages Were Found In /var/spool/pkg

Charles Wray replied Jun 20, 2011 You need to tell it that its in that directory pkgadd -d 217 Posts Re: Solaris package installation ‏2011-03-06T23:23:35Z This is the accepted answer. Re-FTP in binary format . http://back2cloud.com/pkgadd-error/pkgadd-error-attempt-to-process-datastream-failed-errno-2.php pkgadd -d ./SFWsudo Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving...

mistervernon91 270004W3KC 18 Posts Re: Solaris package installation ‏2011-03-07T21:57:56Z This is the accepted answer. http://support.bigfix.com/install/besclients-nonwindows.html#solaris mistervernon91 270004W3KC 18 Posts Re: Solaris package installation ‏2011-03-07T21:17:33Z This is the accepted answer. Modifying backout packages...

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souleymane bah replied Jun 20, 2011 Check well whether you copied it in the directory Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) there is an SFWxmms package on CCD and I want to install it.But when cd into the directory containing the package and run "pkgadd -d SFWxmms" ,it complain: Code: bash-3.00# pkgadd Anyone attempting to use the *NIX tool then should simply be aware of that caveat and make the apporpriate adjustments. Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started

One can convert from one form to the other with the command pkgtrans. turned out it was corrupt download... If your package is in the single file form, the command to install it is: Code: # pkgadd -d PACKAGEname If the package is in the deployed form, go into its Get More Info Aafaque Shaikh replied Jun 21, 2011 I tried pkgadd -d . also, but it is still giving me the same errors....what could be the reason???

Mohammed Sadiq replied Jun 21, 2011 Did you FTP in binary format or ASCII format . This is the accepted answer. mistervernon91 270004W3KC 18 Posts Re: Solaris package installation ‏2011-03-08T13:45:04Z This is the accepted answer. I sorted out the problem....as I had suggested earlier..it seems to be some permission issue.....what i did was ....

I have tried to download via wget, it gzip -d fine so there must be something wrong in the package or? Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Is this Solaris an x86 box or a SPARC box? Verify it with MD5!!!