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In the following example, you ll examine how to use the Solstice Launcher GUI to manage packages. The flexible package format is independent of the interface used to install specific packages. In previous Solaris versions, admintool would have been used to perform these operations, but this tool has now been deprecated.
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To determine which patches are currently installed on your system, you need to use the showrev command as follows:
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# showrev -p Patch: 107430-01 Obsoletes: Requires: Incompatibles: Packages: SUNWwsr Patch: 108029-01 Obsoletes: Requires: Incompatibles: Packages: SUNWwsr Patch: 107437-03 Obsoletes: Requires: Incompatibles: Packages: SUNWtiu8 Patch: 107316-01 Obsoletes: Requires: Incompatibles: Packages: SUNWploc Patch: 107453-01 Obsoletes: Requires: Incompatibles: Packages: SUNWkvm, SUNWcar Patch: 106541-06 Obsoletes: 106976-01, 107029-01, 107030-01, 107334-01 Requires: Incompatibles: Packages: SUNWkvm, SUNWcsu, SUNWcsr, SUNWcsl,
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SUNWcar, SUNWesu, SUNWarc, SUNWatfsr, SUNWcpr, SUNWdpl, SUNWhea, SUNWtoo, SUNWpcmci, SUNWtnfc, SUNWvolr Patch: 106541-10 Obsoletes: 106832-03, 106976-01, 107029-01, 107030-01, 107334-01, 107031-01, 107117-05, 107899-01 Requires: 107544-02 Incompatibles: Packages: SUNWkvm, SUNWcsu, SUNWcsr, SUNWcsl, SUNWcar, SUNWesu, SUNWarc, SUNWatfsr, SUNWscpu, SUNWcpr, SUNWdpl, SUNWhea, SUNWipc, SUNWtoo, SUNWpcmci, SUNWpcmcu, SUNWtnfc, SUNWvolr Patch: 106541-15 Obsoletes: 106832-03, 106976-01, 107029-01, 107030-01, 107334-01, 107031-01, 107117-05, 107899-01, 108752-01, 107147-08, 109104-04 Requires: 107544-02 Incompatibles: Packages: SUNWkvm, SUNWcsu, SUNWcsr, SUNWcsl, SUNWcar, SUNWesu, SUNWarc, SUNWatfsr, SUNWscpu, SUNWcpr, SUNWdpl, SUNWhea, SUNWipc, SUNWtoo, SUNWnisu, SUNWpcmci, SUNWpcmcu, SUNWtnfc, SUNWvolu, SUNWvolr
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From the preceding example, you can see that showrev reports several different properties of each patch installed: The patch number Whether the patch obsoletes a previously released patch (or patches) and, if so, which version numbers Whether there are any prerequisite patches (and their version numbers) on which the current patch depends Whether the patch is incompatible with any other patches What standard Solaris packages are affected by installation of the patch As an example, consider the last several lines of the preceding output regarding patch 106541-15. As you can see, this patch obsoletes a large number of other patches, including 106832-03, 106976-01, 107029-01, 107030-01, 107334-01, 107031-01, 107117-05, 107899-01, 108752-01, 107147-08, and 109104-04. In addition, it depends on patch 107544-02, and is compatible with all other known patches. Finally, it affects a large number of different packages, including SUNWkvm, SUNWcsu, SUNWcsr, SUNWcsl, SUNWcar, SUNWesu, SUNWarc, SUNWatfsr, SUNWscpu, SUNWcpr, SUNWdpl, SUNWhea, SUNWipc, SUNWtoo, SUNWnisu, SUNWpcmci, SUNWpcmcu, SUNWtnfc, SUNWvolu, and SUNWvolr.
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The following commands are commonly used to install packages and files on Solaris.
Package Commands
Table 5-3 summarizes the various commands used to create, install, and remove packages.
5:
Installing Software, Live Upgrade, and Patching
Command pkgproto pkgmk pkgadd pkgtrans pkgrm pkgchk pkginfo TABLE 5-3
Description Creates a prototype file that specifies the files contained in a package Creates a package directory Installs a package from a package file Converts a package directory into a file Uninstalls a package Verifies that a package is valid Prints the contents of a package
Solaris Packaging Commands
install
The install command is not part of the standard package tools, but is often used in scripts to copy files from a source to a destination directory, as part of an installation process. It does not require superuser privileges to execute, and will not overwrite files unless the effective user has permission. However, if the superuser is executing the command, then files can be written with a specific username, group membership, and octal permissions code. This allows a superuser to install multiple files with different permissions, and ownership different to root. The three ownership and permission options are specified by: m Octal permissions code u g File owner Group membership
There are four options that indicate which operations are to be performed: c Copies a source file to a target directory f Overwrites the target file with a source file if the former exists n Copies a source file to a target directory if and only if it does not exist in any of a specified set of directories d Creates a directory
To install the file /tmp/setup_server.sh to the directory /opt/scripts, as the user bin and group sysadmin, you would use the following command:
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