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# 1  
Old 08-17-2009
Which package i need to install for corresponding command: /usr/bin/7za?

Hi friends,

I need install a CAM on a lack package cluster Solaris 10 OS Sparc.
I read the prequirements, OS is missing 2 pkgs:
SUNWtcatu
SUNWxwrtl
I try add by a OS 10-08 CD,
To install SUNWtcatu it also missing
SUNWj3rt
SUNWj3dev
To install SUNWj3rt, it show:
Cannot find required executable /usr/bin/7za
pkgadd: ERROR: class action script did not complete successfully
I check a full cluster Solaris 10 OS and /usr/bin/7za is available.
So i want to ask people help:
- In my case what package should i install to build 7za comman?
- In further, is there anyways to find which packages are corresponding with a command?

Thank you.
# 2  
Old 08-17-2009
tried google? first hit for "solaris 7za" was:
Upgrading to Solaris 10 5/08 | Soulfood.dk
# 3  
Old 08-17-2009
I didnt use such good key words, but how about my 2nd question?
# 4  
Old 08-17-2009
again i used google and found:
Solaris Packages

there is a section which stated:
Code:
# pkgchk -lp /usr/bin/truss 
Pathname: /usr/bin/truss
Type: linked file
Source of link: ../../usr/lib/isaexec
Referenced by the following packages:
        SUNWtoo
Current status: installed

i've checked this and it worked but not for all commands... don't know why. maybe a problem with my virtualbox installation of solaris.
# 5  
Old 08-17-2009
Why would people come to this site if they just need to google?
# 6  
Old 08-18-2009
I see it'd my fault to create a topic with such simple things to u guys

but i did search google and even in forum so much, ... SmilieSmilie

anyway thank you for your help Smilie[COLOR="#738fbf"]

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