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explorer software for solaris 10 x86

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hello Expert,

I using solaris 10 x86 version.
Are there any sunexplorer software for this
version?
If any how do i extract and install same

Thank you.
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You can download it from:

https://sdlc6e.sun.com/ECom/EComActionServlet;jsessionid=5D906F66FE2C99D11488B77531566675

the installation is very simple, uncompress the *.Z file then run pkgadd, please read the following docs for more details:
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-6608/6n8k32g09?a=view

or
http://www.unixadm.net/howto/Explorer_HowTo.html


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