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This section examines how to work with packages and patches in the Solaris environment, including how to view package information, install and uninstall a Solaris package using the CLI, create new packages, create and compress archives, and find patches.
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At any time, you can examine which packages have been installed on a system by using the pkginfo command:
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As you can see, this system has quite a few packages installed in both the system and application categories, including lxrun, the application that allows Linux binaries to be executed on Solaris Intel, and the Gimp, a graphics manipulation program. There are no restrictions on the kinds of files and applications that can be installed with packages.
Installing a Solaris Package Using the CLI
The best way to learn about adding packages is to use an example. In this section, you ll download a package from http://www.sunfreeware.com called gpw-6.94-sol10-sparclocal.gz, an application developed by Tom Van Vleck that generates random passwords. Let s look more closely at the package name to determine what software this package contains: The .gz extension indicates that the package file has been compressed using gzip after it was created. Other possible extensions include .Z, which indicates compression with the compress program, and .z, which indicates compression with the pack program. The local string indicates that the package contents will be installed under the directory /usr/local. Other typical installation targets include the /opt directory, where optional packages from the Solaris distribution are installed. The sparc string states that the package is intended for use on Solaris SPARC and not Solaris Intel. The 6.94 string indicates the current software revision level. The gpw string states the application s name. To use the package file, you first need to decompress it using the gzip command:
bash-2.05# gzip -d gpw-6.94-sol10-sparc-local
You can then examine the contents of the file by using the head command:
bash-2.05# head gpw-6.94-sol10-sparc-local # PaCkAgE DaTaStReAm TVVgpw 1 150
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# end of header NAME=gwp ARCH=sparc VERSION=6.94 CATEGORY=application VENDOR=Tom Van Vleck EMAIL=steve@smc.vnet.net
This kind of header exists for all Solaris packages and makes it easy to understand what platform a package is designed for, who the vendor was, and who to contact for more information. Now that the package is decompressed and ready, you can begin the installation process by using the pkgadd command. To install the gpw-6.94-sol10-sparc-local package, use the following command:
# pkgadd -d gpw-6.94-sol10-sparc-local
You ll see the following output:
The following packages are available: 1 TVVgpw gwp (sparc) 6.94 Select package(s) you wish to process (or 'all' to process all packages). (default: all) [ , ,q]: all
Press ENTER at this point to proceed with the installation:
Processing package instance <TVVgpw> from </tmp/gpw-6.94-sol10-sparc-local> gwp (sparc) 6.94 Tom Van Vleck Using </usr/local> as the package base directory. ## Processing package information. ## Processing system information. 2 package pathnames are already properly installed. ## Verifying disk space requirements. ## Checking for conflicts with packages already installed. ## Checking for setuid/setgid programs. Installing gwp as <TVVgpw> ## Installing part 1 of 1. /usr/local/bin/gpw /usr/local/doc/gpw/README.gpw [ verifying class <none> ] Installation of <TVVgpw> was successful.
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After processing package and system information and checking that the required amount of disk space is available, the pkgadd command copies only two files from the archive to the local file system: /usr/local/bin/gpw and /usr/local/doc/gpw/README.gpw.
Uninstalling a Solaris Package Using the CLI
After a package has been installed on the system, you can easily remove it by using the pkgrm command. For example, if you wanted to remove the gpw program after it was installed in the /usr/local directory, you would use
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