Anyone with Oracle Solaris access to download libbz2_1_0 & common packages for Solaris 10 x86

sunhux
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For Clam's dependent packages required as indicated by
  https://www.opencsw.org/packages/CSWclamav/  ,

I can't get 2 packages for Solaris 10 (Update 9) x86 :

1. common : it can only locate the i386 package for SunOS 5.8 in url below
  http://rsync.opencsw.org/opencsw/testing/i386/5.10/

Likewise for
2. libbz2_1_0 : can only locate for SunOS 5.9


Anyone has access to Oracle subscription, can assist to download the above
packages & attach them here?


For the 10 dependent packages, what's given are for i386, so if can help
provide for Solaris 10 x86, appreciated:
https://www.opencsw.org/packages/CSWclamav/
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David FavorFractional CTO
Distinguished Expert 2018

Commented:
bz2 (and libraries) is trivial to build.

Better to build from source, than trust a library provided by some random person... which might contain a hack meant to compromise your system.

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Commented:
if there's a checksum accompanying it, I don't mind.

Frankly I don't know how to do 'make'.
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You will need the GNU C compiler development tools installed to run make. Once you have downloaded and extracted the files, you then cd to the folder and run the following three commands:
1. configure
2. make
3. make install

Which will configure the package for Solaris, compile and link the source code into a program or library and finally install it to the appropiate folder on your system ready for use!

See http://solaris-x86.org/documents/guides/compile.mhtml
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David FavorFractional CTO
Distinguished Expert 2018

Commented:
http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/lfs/view/development/chapter06/bzip2.html - great first place to check.

LFS tends to also provide the latest patchset, which is required to fix current bugs.

Be aware... When you build from source, you will have to camp on the source release notes page (use a Google Alert) + each time a new version or patch releases, best rebuild. This will ensure your code is always secure + working correctly.
@David Favor Solaris != Linux
David FavorFractional CTO
Distinguished Expert 2018

Commented:
Same exact build instructions for Solaris or Linux.

This page is just a good reference for how to build on any UNIX-esque OS.

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Commented:
Any chance Solaris 8 & 9's  pkg could install on Solaris 10?

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Commented:
Just tested a few hours ago:
Yes, the Solaris 8 & 9 packages could install on Solaris 10

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