Articles tagged with: Solaris
Here are examples on how to set the date and time on Solaris
n Solaris, you use the pkgadd command to install new packages.
By default, the pkgadd command reads the default admin file /var/sadm/install/admin/default which specifies the base directory to be /opt.
There might be times where you want to specify a different base directory. One such example is if you have the /opt directory mapped to a network storage and only want to install the package locally.
The Solaris Tar is unable to handle very long file names.
If a tar file contains very long names, it throws an errors and creates a file @LongLink.
The solution is to use GNU tar instead, which is available on Solaris 10 at /usr/sfw/bin/gtar