Solaris contrib pkg building
From: Mattias Larsson (mattias.larsson_at_lm.se)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2003 08:44:37 +0200
I have a small problem here at work.
First, an old standard here at work, god knows what reason we usualy
have /usr/local as a symlink to other larger disk and this gives me a
problem with OpenSSH's pkg creating script in Solaris.
I create a pkg with the contributed buildpkg.sh and install that pkg in
the other machines. Sometimes, only sometimes the pkg removes the
symlink and installs itself in a new /usr/local, which is ONLY
containing openSSH at this point.
It does not happen in all systems and we (I) am working to make
/usr/local as a own filesystem or at least not a symlink as it gives
problems in other areas to.
Does anyone know why this happends and if there is a way to get around
it? I'd rather not install the source on every machine as they are quite
-- Mattias Larsson @ Unix,KTD,Dataservice Tele: 63(4617), Mobil: 070-6560660 /* There are 10 kinds of people, those who read binary and those how don't. */