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I accidently deleted my entire /opt directory and must now replace everything. I have all the disks of sun studio/java studio/java studio creator etc. I have already replaced the lost csw packages (removed from pkg database and reinstalled). However the installer for sun studio will not allow reinstall. It goes throught he entire process without doing anything. There are no permissions errors and the install log returns almost empty.
Thank you, that worked perfectly for all but one of the packages:
I have unregistered/reinstalled all of my packages except the App server and what came with it.
# prodreg browse
BROWSE # +/-/. UUID # NAME
======== ======== ==================================== == ===================
1 - root 1 System Registry
2 + a01ee8dd-1dd1-11b2-a3f2-0800209a5b6b 1 Solaris 10 System Software
3 + 8f64eabf-1dd2-11b2-a3f1-0800209a5b6b 1 Unclassified Software
4 + Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 1
5 + 9da0f2c0-0e08-10dd-c1de-0800209b793b 1 Sun Studio 9 IDE for Solaris
6 + 56f00640-0e08-10dd-c1de-0800209b793b 1 Sun Studio 10 Documentation Set
7 + 6e5cba80-0e08-10dd-c1de-0800209b793b 1 Sun Studio 10 Sun Performance Library
8 + 85e7f340-0e08-10dd-c1de-0800209b793b 1 Sun Studio 10 Source Distribution
as you can see the App server platform has an extremely odd UUID and no name.
the standard syntax doesn't apply, or at least won't work.
in the gui this error comes up when I try to uninstall
Exception in thread "Thread-4" java.lang.NullPointerException
Is there a way tp directly edit a config file or something? The installer will not allow a new install with those entries still there. perhaps /var/sadm/install/productregistry?