Hmm..No wonder I can't find anything...
gk02 at gk-student-02:~# pkgchk -L SUNWsmcmd
WARNING: Package <SUNWsmcmd> is installed but empty
Why would Sun put a package like this on their web site if it's empty?
2009/7/23 Maciej Bliziński <maciej.blizinski at gmail.com>
> On Thu, Jul 23, 2009 at 12:03 PM, Braun Brelin<bbrelin at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > Sorry to post a non-linux related question to the list, but I'm using a
> > system with the latest
> > Open Solaris installed, and I can't seem to get the smc to work. I
> > installed the SUNWsmcmd
> > package from the Open Solaris home page but it I still can't seem to find
> > the smc command anywhere
> > in the distro. I heard that a package called SUNWtsmc should also be
> > installed, but I can't find that
> > on the Open Solaris site, nor can I find it if I google for it.
>> See what files your SUNWsmcmd package provides:
>> pkgchk -L SUNWsmcmd
>> About the other package, try browsing http://www.sun.com (I'm not
> claiming it's a nice thing to do), and looking for the package. You
> might need to register an account there.
>> I've never used smc, so I won't be of any specific help here. You
> might go to www.sunmanagers.org and ask there. (Make sure to read
> their FAQ first.)
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