Hmmm...The "install" link on opensolaris.com downloads a file called
SUNWsmcmd.p5i. Any idea what the heck that file is?
2009/7/23 Maciej Bliziński <maciej.blizinski at gmail.com>
> 2009/7/23 Braun Brelin <bbrelin at gmail.com>:
> > 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?
>> Thou shalt not question Sun! ;-) No idea, perhaps it's a metapackage
> with dependencies. Here's the surprise, pkgadd complains, but doesn't
> resolve or follow the dependencies. It's up to you to install the
> correct packages.
>> You can examine the package by looking at it in a 'directory' format.
> If you have the *.pkg file, you can transform it with:
>> pkgtrans foo.pkg /tmp
>> It will create /tmp/foo which you can inspect.
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