The files contain executable programs which may appear to contain viruses to some virus scanning software on Windows machines. Thanks! #8 Updated by Markus Roberts over 6 years ago Updated with a revised message. #9 Updated by Alan Harder over 6 years ago Looks great! This puts gzip and gunzip and other files in /usr/local/bin. Can do the following as root: #> cd /tmp (or where you put the program file) #> gunzip program-1.00-local.gz #> mkdir /tmp/spool (this can be any directory in a place with http://back2cloud.com/pkgadd-error/pkgadd-error.php
http_proxy URL format for specifying proxy host and port. I think that the Solaris code freaks out the virus scanner when it was being downloaded through Internet Explorer. There is a non-trivial charge for production of a CD or DVD. A3: An excellent site with the G++FAQ can be found at http://www.cygnus.com/misc/g++FAQ.html . http://www.unixguide.net/comments/sun/sunobscure.shtml/35.shtml
This puts feature_tests.h in /usr/include/sys. Setting this variable enables a non-conforming package to revert to the old behavior if set by the administrator before adding a package with the pkgadd command. Q6: When I try to compile a test program, I get the message: In file included from t.c:1: /opt/GCC2721/lib/gcc-lib/sparc-sun-solaris2.5/126.96.36.199/include/stdio.h:17: sys/feature_tests.h: No such file or directory. device can be any of the following: A full path name to a directory or the identifiers for tape, floppy disk, or removable disk (for example, /var/tmp or /floppy/floppy_name).
Interaction is required. The script asks questions. If you have .gz file but gzip says it is not in gzip format, it is likely that your browser downloaded the file and gunzipped it but did not take off the .gz. Windows downloads are often corrupted or in some other way mangled.
Suppose we have a package program-1.00-local.gz that we have placed in /tmp. If you have other questions, please feel free to submit them to our support email address. If you want to install programs elsewhere, you can compile your own source (which we have on our servers for all packages) or we can do that for a fee. http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19253-01/816-5166/6mbb1kqci/index.html The IO:0xf98e20 thing isn’t too helpful, but that’s ok.
I pulled the packages down using the command line ftp and then scanned them and there was no problem. A9: If you are using the teTex package for SPARC/Solaris 8, the click here for details. Solaris ships with the include files, make, an assembler, linker and libraries. or the developer links for each package.
Hence, they can be moved to /opt/local/bin - for example. http://mailman.eng.auburn.edu/pipermail/veritas-vx/2001-August/002531.html install all the packages under /usr/local Mount NFS file system for /opt/apache2 Move contents /usr/local/apache2 to /opt/apache2 Make the following modifications in /opt/apache2/apachectl script (or create a new startup script) LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/opt/apache2/lib Peter Holmes has modified Christopher's script to help move the base directory from /usr/local say to some other directory. How do I do this?
Check the .gz file size with the file lists in the File Sizes link at the left on the sunfreeware.com page. http://back2cloud.com/pkgadd-error/pkgadd-error-checkinstall.php The package is not propagated to any current or yet-to-be-installed non-global zone. It is simple to test this by moving the program executable to /opt/local/bin and running it. I try to execute a program like xftp and get a message like ld.so.1: xftp: fatal: libXm.so.3: Can't open file: errno=2 Killed.
The supported Universal Resource Identifiers (URIs) are http: and https:. A6: You need to install the SUNWhea package. This puts gzip and gunzip and other files in /usr/local/bin. http://back2cloud.com/pkgadd-error/pkgadd-error-2.php This file supplies the interaction responses that would be requested by the package in interactive mode.
Updated about 6 years ago. UNIX Packages downloads are counted when a user clicks ok on the download popup-confirmation button. It might say,invalid compressed data -- crc error!
Unfortunately, this means that some packages may or may not conform to the new pkgadd behavior. Done this way, the pkgrm works normally, no matter where it was installed. General Software Package Installation Problems Reason Error Occurred How to Fix the Problem There is a known problem with adding or removing some packages developed prior to the Solaris 2.5 release If you do get an answer yes or no about a package on this site with regard to Y2K issues, email me so that I can include that information with the
Environment Variables HTTPPROXY Specifies an HTTP proxy host. You can correct this problem by editing your browser's helper application for .gz files. Used with the -s option, it writes the package to a spool directory instead of installing it. Get More Info The /var/spool/pkg directory is usually the culprit for this sort of error message.
This is freeware and most freeware including the compiled versions at this site is never guaranteed to work in all situations. Special programs like openssl need /usr/local/ssl/lib in the library path.How do I make Apache2 work on an NFS share? restart inetd 8. There are a number of options: If the program does not require knowing where other files are, then the bin files can be move to any other directory in the UNIX
So what are the solutions? Optionally, the source for the package instances to be installed or spooled can be specified using: -d device -d datastream pkgname,... | all Install or copy a package from device. The large majority of packages install in /usr/local subdirectories, like /usr/local/bin for executables, /usr/local/lib for libraries, etc.