Before you read this, have a look at this page if you are not sure about setting up a ZFS pool.
This is a brief example of migrating an existing UFS-based Solaris 10 system to use a ZFS storage pool for its root, swap and dump areas.
Also, have a look at the Download/Installation link as that should tell you how to properly install them using pkgadd. The makefiles have mostly the same syntax, but, gnumake has extensions that programs do use.
With some small edits you probably can build gnumake with starting with /usr/ccs/bin/make.
Links to previously released information that discusses zones technology, which enables you to virtualize operating system services to create isolated environments for running applications.
Also discusses resource management products, which control how applications use system resources.
I've donwloaded and transfered make-3.81-sol10(and the libgcc-3.4.6 it needs) to my VM. moving them to /usr/local/lib and /user/local doesn't result in a working make .. sigh First, for Solaris 9 you need the Solaris 9 version.
Also, if you're on a Mac, you most likely want the x86 version and not the Sparc version.
Package names that are non-bold and/or with no version number, are not currently available for this version of Solaris. ascii 3.14 | Ascii is a utility that recognizes many different ways of naming an ASCII character (hex octal binary decimal C escape ISO character table pair slang names and others) and prints out all the equivalents.
asciidoc 8.6.9 | Ascii Doc is a text document format for writing short documents articles books and UNIX man pages.
Here is my response file: mail=instance=overwritepartial=nocheckrunlevel=nocheckidepend=nocheckrdepend=nocheckspace=nochecksetuid=nocheckconflict=nocheckaction=nochecknetworktimeout=60networkretries=3authentication=quitkeystore=/var/sadm/securityproxy=basedir=default command is called on the pkg directory and passes the response file in.