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How to install p5i file in Solaris?

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How to install p5i file in Solaris?

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how to install p5i file in solaris operating system
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The first hit on google for "p5i file" is:

Using Package Manager - Adding and Updating Oracle Solaris 11 Software Packages
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i have downloaded please tell what to command in terminal window
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Please read the documentation for yourself. Everything is explained step by step!
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i have p5i
--info-install or -i file.p5i
where to write file name

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Firstly, please do not keep posting to a thread.
Bumping up posts to make them appear at the top of the list (sorted most recent first) is not permitted and may get you sanctioned. please re-read the rules that you agreed to when your registered.


Moving on to the issue at hand,

If you read the document linked by DukeNuke2 in the first reply to your question, you will see the command to run is packagemanager You then need to read the rest of the document to decide what else you need to include to get it to do what you want as the tool can do more than one thing and needs to be told what you really want it to do and with what input.


What have you tried to do and what errors did you get? If it rejects your command, it will not do anything dangerous.

Please post the commands and output/errors in CODE tags to make it easy to read.
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i have downloaded 5 p5i file but how to install?
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