I've donwloaded and transfered make-3.81-sol10(and the libgcc-3.4.6 it needs) to my VM. moving them to /usr/local/lib and /user/local doesn't result in a working make .. sigh First, for Solaris 9 you need the Solaris 9 version.Also, if you're on a Mac, you most likely want the x86 version and not the Sparc version.
Also, have a look at the Download/Installation link as that should tell you how to properly install them using pkgadd. The makefiles have mostly the same syntax, but, gnumake has extensions that programs do use.
With some small edits you probably can build gnumake with starting with /usr/ccs/bin/make.
Recently while installing Sybase, I discovered the need to install additional locale pkgs on my Solaris 10 system. Solaris 10 now ships a new CLI for controlling the installation and configuration of locale support on the system, called This command will list the currently installed locale related pkg files. From that page i was able to identify all packages for en_US. I created a shell script to install these packages one at a time.
The currently installed locale was en_US, but NOT all the pkgs were installed. The output of this report is saved in /usr/sadm/lib/localeadm/ I started with a file that contained nothing but the package names lifted right from that page.
I attempted to use the following command to upate my current (partial) installation of the en_US locale: Warning! Here is an abbreviated copy of that file: Next, I created a response file that would be used to pass responses to questions that are normally asked by the pkgadd command when installing pkg files.
/cdrom/cdrom0) Once removed, I was able to identify the names of all pkg files that are required for the en_US. Please see the following URL for your particular release of Solaris 10 OS: my installation was the 06/06 version, I used the following URL: Explains how to perform basic and common administration tasks, such as managing users, using diskless clients, booting a system, using the Oracle Service Management Facility (SMF) feature, and managing software and patches.Links to previously released information that discusses use of the NIS directory service, including how to transition from NIS to LDAP.Note: This link takes you to the Oracle Solaris 10 9/10 information library.Links to previously released information that discusses the use of these directory services, including how to transition from NIS to LDAP.Be advised that the packages on UNIX Packages are only available through a paid subscription service, as this new site is not sponsored by any third party. ansitape – | Ansitape reads writes and creates magtapes conforming to the ANSI standard for magtape labelling.