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Installing bash-3.1-sol9-sparc-local on Solaris 9

Posted on 2006-05-10
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I am about to install bash-3.1-sol9-sparc-local and I was told that I must have the current cluster installed for this shell to run properly. Could someone tell me how to check what cluster version is currently on the machine?
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uname -a
will give you the OS + patch level infor, any way you can download the latest
Solaris Recommended Patch Clusters from:

(need to reboot the box after install the patch clusters).

then install bash, please remember to add the new shell to /etc/shells file.

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