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Can anyone help me out in getting download the below required package for Solaris 10 SPARC 64-bit machine.
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I found that the same commands(sort, du, df, find, grep etc.) exists in both dir.
What is the difference to use them?
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Q1. I understand that /usr/local/bin means I can install/uninstall stuff in here and have any chance of messing up my original system files or effecting any other users. I created this directory myself.
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below is the problem details:
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My shell script doesnt function properly while executing.
My shell script has the below mentioned code in it.
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I have a developer that is trying to start a script with sh "scriptname". In the script, he is specifying #!/usr/bin/ksh as the command interpreter. For some reason sh is ignoring the #!/usr/bin/ksh. We are running Solaris 8. Does anyone have any ideas what could be causing this? Here... (3 Replies)
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