My original question was: How do I pkgadd something from a Solaris 2.1
machine to a directory automounted from a Solaris 1.1 machine? Trying to do
so gave (incorrect) errors about the partition being mounted read-only.
The first answer was succint, and correct:
"You'll have to 'hard mount' the file system in question by an /etc/vfstab
entry. Only then pkg_add will be able to write on it. Don't ask me why...
I am mildly annoyed that Sun didn't suggest this - I'm somewhat more
annoyed that I didn't think of it myself!
Thanks to Eckhard and Andy Feldt (firstname.lastname@example.org), who also
had the correct answer.
Thanks to the following for some additional ideas:
email@example.com (Danny Johnson)
ed@magma.COM (Ed Romascan)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Ron Stanonik)
email@example.com (Daniel Trinkle)
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