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Posted on 2006-03-22
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OS=Solaris8 x86 ( Fresh core system install )

Error as below:

pkgadd: ERROR: attempt to process datastream failed - open of (SUNWlibc) failed, errno=2
pkgadd: ERROR: could not process datastream from <SUNWlibc>

what wrong actually? not enough library?
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Probably because SUNWlibc has been truncated.  Try loading it again from CD or where ever you got it from.
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can i install it from command line after mount the cdrom?
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Yes, you can simply mount the CD and run pkgadd

How were you running it before?
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from the cd...ok thanks
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