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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Solaris has has /bin symlinked to /usr/bin for donkeys years (at least since 2,5, when I first saw it).

    Consequently, everything in there is dynamically linked. The stuff under /sbin isn't though.

    -Dom

    • In fact, it's very difficult to link stuff statically under solaris. Which is why they don't reccomend using any other shell than /sbin/sh for root work.

      Of course, you can just do "exec zsh" or whatever as soon as you su, which is what I usually do. Just remember that you might not be able to do it in single user mode.

      -Dom