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Solaris 10

Solaris 10

Posted Nov 18, 2004 8:44 UTC (Thu) by ninjaz (guest, #2083)
Parent article: Solaris 10

More importantly for everyday use, has Sun ever gotten around to adding the 'z' switch to tar, or the -h switch to df?


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Solaris 10

Posted Nov 18, 2004 8:51 UTC (Thu) by vmlinuz (guest, #24) [Link]

Since you ask so nicely :-)

Yes, Solaris df now has the -h switch.

No, Solaris tar does not have the z switch, but GNU tar is installed on every Solaris system - and has been for a while - by default. Unfortunately, it's hidden away in /usr/sfw/bin along with lots and lots of other goodies such as, say, mozilla...

Solaris 10

Posted Nov 19, 2004 0:36 UTC (Fri) by gallir (guest, #5735) [Link]

And, where is the kernel? I looked for it in /usr/sfw/boot/vmlinuz*
but couldn't find it. Perhaps is vmlinux instead?


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