1. Partial Answer:
You can do the install in two steps, the first being to install to a
spool directory (by default the pkgadd program uses /var as the spool
pkgadd -s /tmp/gcc -d <pkg-file>
pkgadd -d /tmp/gcc
> I have tried to install packaged GNU gcc 2.8.0 for Solaris 2.6. The
> installation told me that /var is full and then aborted. There is
> 19000k space available in /var at that time. It seems unbelievable.
> My questions:
> 1) How much space in /var is needed to install gcc 2.8.0 for Solaris
> 2.6? (How so much?)
> 2) How to solve the problem when /var or /usr has no enough space?
> than moving some directories/files to other filesystems and ln them
> to /var or /usr, any better or easier ways? - very curious.
3. Thank List:
David S. Foster firstname.lastname@example.org
Ju-Lien Lim email@example.com
Sean Ward firstname.lastname@example.org
Lee Fedor email@example.com
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