Solaris programming question, where the heck is libATA?
New to Linux, but have a Sun server up with Solaris 10.
We are trying to do some testing of a hard drive tool that we got from some other people. Issue is, we need to compile it first. It requires libATA and sg.h
I installed gcc3.4.6, but it doesn't seem to contain the libATA, and I can't find sg.h anywhere either. How does one go about checking to see if libATA is on a system, where would it live if it was there, and if it isn't there, how does one install it, and where should to go?
Also, looks like sg.h is part of the linux core source. Other than just downloading the source and linking to sg.h, is there anything I should know.
Thanks in advance.