No cc/gcc installed on SunOS 5.10


 
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# 8  
Old 09-06-2011
I think you're looking for the command "tar cvf" to create files.... x is for extracting.
# 9  
Old 09-06-2011
no, I am trying to extract
# 10  
Old 09-06-2011
maybe a bad tar file or you ran out of disk space
# 11  
Old 09-06-2011
no, space is fine.
same file got exyracted on cygwin fine.

see if you can extract it: http://www.datsi.fi.upm.es/~frosal/s.../shc-3.8.7.tgz it's a .gz

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first you have to gunzip that...
then do tar xvf...

I get "cannot create"..I am logged in as root, so maybe something to do with write permissions...even though I can create files...so beats me.
# 12  
Old 09-06-2011
I was able to extract it just fine.


-bash-3.00$ mkdir temp2
-bash-3.00$ cd temp2
-bash-3.00$ ls
shc-3.8.7.tgz
-bash-3.00$ gunzip shc-3.8.7.tgz
-bash-3.00$ ls
shc-3.8.7.tar
-bash-3.00$ tar xfv shc-3.8.7.tar
x shc-3.8.7/CHANGES, 3637 bytes, 8 tape blocks
x shc-3.8.7/Copying, 17982 bytes, 36 tape blocks
x shc-3.8.7/Makefile, 1940 bytes, 4 tape blocks
x shc-3.8.7/match, 336 bytes, 1 tape blocks
x shc-3.8.7/pru.sh, 155 bytes, 1 tape blocks
x shc-3.8.7/shc-3.8.7.c, 24962 bytes, 49 tape blocks
x shc-3.8.7/shc.1, 3136 bytes, 7 tape blocks
x shc-3.8.7/shc.README, 1544 bytes, 4 tape blocks
x shc-3.8.7/shc.c symbolic link to shc-3.8.7.c
x shc-3.8.7/shc.html, 4558 bytes, 9 tape blocks
x shc-3.8.7/test.bash, 138 bytes, 1 tape blocks
x shc-3.8.7/test.csh, 52 bytes, 1 tape blocks
x shc-3.8.7/test.ksh, 142 bytes, 1 tape blocks
-bash-3.00$ ls -la
total 146
drwxr-xr-x 3 chris sysadmin 512 Sep 6 08:33 .
drwxr-xr-x 22 chris sysadmin 1024 Sep 6 08:32 ..
drwxr-xr-x 2 chris sysadmin 512 Sep 6 08:33 shc-3.8.7
-rw-r--r-- 1 chris sysadmin 71680 Sep 6 08:30 shc-3.8.7.tar
-bash-3.00$ cd shc-3.8.7
-bash-3.00$ ls
CHANGES Makefile pru.sh shc.1 shc.c test.bash test.ksh
Copying match shc-3.8.7.c shc.README shc.html test.csh
-bash-3.00$ ls -la
total 136
drwxr-xr-x 2 chris sysadmin 512 Sep 6 08:33 .
drwxr-xr-x 3 chris sysadmin 512 Sep 6 08:33 ..
-rw-r----- 1 chris sysadmin 3637 Feb 10 2010 CHANGES
-rw-r----- 1 chris sysadmin 17982 May 9 1996 Copying
-rw-r----- 1 chris sysadmin 1940 Feb 10 2010 Makefile
-rwxr-x--- 1 chris sysadmin 336 Feb 21 2003 match
-rwxr-x--- 1 chris sysadmin 155 Jun 19 2003 pru.sh
-rw-r----- 1 chris sysadmin 24962 Feb 10 2010 shc-3.8.7.c
-rw-r----- 1 chris sysadmin 3136 Jul 8 2004 shc.1
-rw-r----- 1 chris sysadmin 1544 Jun 19 2003 shc.README
lrwxrwxrwx 1 chris sysadmin 11 Sep 6 08:33 shc.c -> shc-3.8.7.c
-rw-r----- 1 chris sysadmin 4558 Jul 8 2004 shc.html
-rwxr-x--- 1 chris sysadmin 138 Nov 12 2004 test.bash
-rwxr-x--- 1 chris sysadmin 52 Jun 19 2003 test.csh
-rwxr-x--- 1 chris sysadmin 142 Jan 18 2008 test.ksh
-bash-3.00$ head -30 shc.README

Purpose:

A generic shell script compiler. Shc takes a script, which is
specified on the command line and produces C source code. The
generated source code is then compiled and linked to produce a
stripped binary executable. Use with care.

Building:

Just do a "make"


Testing:

Try: "make test"
or: "shc -v -f match" then "match.x sh"

Caveat emptor: see Copyright

The results look fine to me, but I havn't used this in anger, but
the author has used shc for his work widely over SunOS, Solaris and
Linux, and done some testing on Irix and HPUX.

We tested it on a few SMALL ksh scripts - big tasks should probably
be written in C in the first place (see _SC_ARG_MAX below)!


Bugs:

-bash-3.00$
# 13  
Old 09-06-2011
I noticed 2 things:

1) the link I sent you has ".tgz" as the link, but the actual downloaded file is ".gz"....yet you gunzipped "tgz", did you rename it?

2) once you gunzip the file, in my case, I do not get a "tar" extension, in your case I see a ".tar" at the end of the filename. Again, how is this different and why?
# 14  
Old 09-06-2011
It's not a zip file, it's a gzip. You have to use the gunzip command, followed by the tar command.

If it were Linux you could just do a tar xfvz, but the z option doesn't exist Solaris, so you have to gunzip it first. You could do it all one one command using pipe, but I just did it in two separate commands.
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