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Checking application compatibility with x86 Solaris 10

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Hi everyone

I have an application I have to move from Solaris 8 on SPARC to Solaris 10 on x86 and I need to check that the right infrastructure software is installed in the new Solaris 10 system. I need the following packages:

Perl                5.8.4
PHP                4.3.2
gcc                3.4.6
GPG                1.4.12
Apache       1.3.41
Openssl         0.9.7d
Samba        3.5.8
Curses (SFWncur)      
Lexmark Print Drivers (LEXPrtDrv)      
Mpack        2.5
Tiff      
Vim                 7.3
netcat      
ImageMagick      6.8.5-7

Are these still available to download and where can I find them? I've searched the Oracle support site, but getting absolutely nowhere.

I also have a list of Perl modules required, although this means nothing to me. Is there a bunch of modules that install by default?
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If you need those specific versions, you'll need to go through the source archives for each one.

For example:

Perl: www.cpan.org/src/5.0
PHP: PHP Git Access
Apache: archive.apache.org

I have not looked up the others, but a little searching through the respective sites should be fruitful.

However, I suspect that most, if not all, of those are minimum required versions and upgrading to newer versions should be fine.
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Thanks!

Those were the pointers I needed. I found the rest at www.sunfreeware.com and unixpackages.com
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