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Where can I FTP the SUNWpcnfd (rpc.pcnfsd) for Solaris 2.2 SUNOS 5.2. I have looked all over the www.sun.com without any success. The rpc.pcnfsd source that shipped with my PC/NFS software will not compile, so I want to package add the Solaris version we use.
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Now I need a compiler...
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