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Oracle Solaris Studio
Although not officially certified on Solaris 11 Release platform, we can definitely use the Solaris Studio as a tarball.
I don’t apply extra patches, only using following packages mentioned here….
Installing Oracle Solaris Studio 12.2 (tarfile) on Solaris 11 Express
the launch is all ok, I wrote a small script to invoke the binary, as I dont actually like to add those binaries to $PATH,
for I have GNU compiler sets in the $PATH…
suse@sol64tk:~$ cat /usr/bin/ss
Some small issues which related to Netbeans (v 6.9)
1. editor on GUI doesnt have good font settings, all saw-toothed by default.
2. add Java to the netbeans cannot be detected by default, for JAVA_HOME not known.
Fix… to change netbeans conf. and restart the IDE.
# vi /_MY_PATH_TO_SOLSTD/netbeans/etc/netbeans.conf
#add following option to the end of the default netbeans invoke options line.
# Default location of JDK, can be overridden by using --jdkhome <dir>:
#If following parameter set, solstudio can detect without --jdkhome showed.
Today when I’m applying some scripts on Solaris 11Express nodes, a interesting error comeup,
-bash: whereis: command not found
As on Solaris 10, we use cmd whereis(/usr/ucb/whereis) as a standard component.
(On Linux, it’s also a part of the util-linux-ng package )
Solaris 11X doesn’t include this command in default set, so turn to documents for help:
<Oracle Solaris 11 ISV Adoption Guide>
Changes the Directory to /usr/ucb For a live CD installation, the path /usr/ucb does
not exist by default. It can be added, along with many of the standard /usr/ucb tools by
installing the 'compatibility/ucb' package from the repository.
Note though that support for legacy plotters has been removed and this sees the
removal of the following files (PSARC/2009/540):
Other than these changes all of the commands available in /usr/ucb in Oracle Solaris 10
continue to be available in Oracle Solaris 11 through the compatibility/ucb package.
Very lucky the command whereis is the rest for kept in compatibility/ucb package as optional.
But it’s no longer suggested to use such cmds in further SOLs, I finally gave up refresh the toolkits.
Oracle Solaris 11 ISV Adoption Guide
Solaris 11 Express Changes: Where is /usr/ucb ?
*this arc shows the discussion on some port specific /usr/ucb commands,
the abandon of those codes speed up the far and away of those BSD like code.
From this point, SOL’s running faster than Linux….