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jsnch 06-20-2005 11:48 PM

where is download rpm package for solaris9 ...
 
solaris 9 not includ it rpm tool,need to self install.where can dowload it?

jlliagre 06-21-2005 01:39 AM

Solaris is not using rpm but pkg (pkgadd, pkginfo, pkgrm, pkgtrans, pkg-get ...).
There is however rpm2cpio that allows extracting the files present in a rpm archive.

jsnch 06-21-2005 01:52 AM

i want to install JDS(java desktop syttem),when i run :

rpm -ivh pdksh-5.2.14-531.i586.rpm
show after run:
not found rpm

how can i install JDS packages?

moust to :
rpm2cpio -ivh pdksh-5.2.14-531.i586.rpm?

jlliagre 06-21-2005 02:54 AM

- this rpm looks like being for linux, not Solaris
- there is anyway no need to install pdksh on Solaris, as the real ksh is already there.
- You'd better upgrade to Solaris 10 and get JDS3 bundled.

jsnch 06-21-2005 04:16 AM

yes, i find it like run in linux also.

I want to setup JDS in Solaris9, don't know where is donwload JDS CD?

i know solaris 10 (include JDS package) but the solaris9 server not cdrom,i setup it from network(only soalris9)

jlliagre 06-21-2005 05:10 AM

Quote:

I want to setup JDS in Solaris9, don't know where is donwload JDS CD?
http://www.sun.com/software/javadesk.../get/index.xml
Quote:

i know solaris 10 (include JDS package) but the solaris9 server not cdrom,i setup it from network(only soalris9)
You'd better buy a CD-ROM, it will be cost you less than $100 (JDS 2 price on Solaris 9) while JDS3+Solaris 10 is free ...

jsnch 06-21-2005 08:14 AM

hehe.. i see it on sun website,but is for 86 and not free. (i want to find for solaris9 sparc), have no. i think i none but to reinstall solaris10 for get JDS. thanks

jlliagre 06-21-2005 08:55 AM

You didn't tell it was for SPARC, and your i586 rpm installation attempt was quite not a clue to guess it ...
JDS SPARC support starts from Solaris 10 anyway.

Should you want to stay with Solaris 9, you can install Gnome packages from blastwave.


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