[csw-users] installing pgp

Glen Gunselman ggunselm at emporia.edu
Fri Feb 26 18:05:33 CET 2010

Thanks for the help/advice.
I see just the one url in  pkg-get.conf
grep url /opt/csw/etc/pkg-get.conf
# url=http://ibiblio.org/pub/packages/solaris/csw/unstable
# See above url for other sites to use.
The pkgutil output is not that long so:
pkgutil -V

- System -
Pkgutil         1.9.1
Arch            sparc
Solaris         5.10
Pkg patch       119317 (119317-01 installed)
GPG binary      /opt/csw/bin/gpg
Gzip binary     /bin/gzip
Mailx binary    /bin/mailx
MD5 binary      not found (suggestion: install CSWtextutils)
MD5 module      2.33 (primary choice for MD5)
Perl            5.008004
Perl binary     /usr/bin/perl
Wget binary     /usr/sfw/bin/wget
PATH            /usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/ccs/bin:/opt/csw/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin
- Configuration -
catalog_update  14 (default: 14)
exclude_pattern not set (default: none)
maxpkglist      not set (default: 25000)
mirror          http://ibiblio.org/pub/packages/solaris/opencsw/current 
                (default: http://ibiblio.org/pub/packages/solaris/opencsw/current)
noncsw          not set (default: false)
pkgaddopts      not set (default: none)
pkgliststyle    not set (default: 0)
stop_on_hook_soft_error         not set (default: false)
use_gpg         not set (default: false)
use_md5         not set (default: false)
wgetopts        not set (default: none)
pkgutil -C

package                   installed                 catalog
CSWbdb44                  4.4.20,REV=2009.03.17     4.4.20,REV=2009.10.18_rev=p4
CSWfconfig                2.3.2,REV=2009.01.28      2.6.0,REV=2009.04.24
CSWftype2                 2.3.8,REV=2009.02.16      2.3.9,REV=2009.09.11
CSWgawk                   3.1.5                     3.1.7,REV=2009.09.15
CSWglib2                  2.16.3                    2.20.0,REV=2009.04.08
CSWlibcairo               1.4.10                    1.8.8,REV=2010.01.18
CSWlibpopt                1.14,REV=2009.02.24       1.15,REV=2009.10.29
CSWlibxft2                2.1.6,REV=2005.02.01      2.1.14,REV=2010.02.19
CSWlibxml2                2.7.2,REV=2008.12.09      2.7.6,REV=2009.12.17
CSWlibxrender             0.8.3,REV=2004.03.31      0.9.5,REV=2010.02.19
CSWorca                   r535,REV=2009.03.19       snapshot_r535,REV=2009.11.25
CSWpango                  1.19.1                    1.24.5,REV=2009.09.04
CSWperl                   5.8.8,REV=2008.10.08      5.8.8,REV=2009.11.12
CSWpkgget                 4.1.2,REV=2009.03.19      4.3,REV=2009.10.04
CSWpng                    1.2.35,REV=2009.02.19     1.2.42,REV=2010.01.03
CSWrenderdev              0.8,REV=2004.03.30        not in catalog
CSWrrd                    1.3.6,REV=2009.03.23      1.3.8,REV=2009.05.19
CSWrsync                  3.0.2                     3.0.6,REV=2009.09.21
CSWsudo                   1.6.9p8,REV=2007.11.02    1.7.2,REV=2009.10.05_rev=p1
CSWsudo-common            1.6.9p8,REV=2007.11.05    1.7.2,REV=2009.10.05_rev=p1
The only packages I see that I use directly are CSWorca (orca uses CSWrrd, but not on this server), CSWpkgget, CSWrsync, and CSWsudo.
Glen Gunselman
Systems Software Specialist
Emporia State University

>>> Sebastian Kayser <skayser at opencsw.org> 2/25/2010 4:55 PM >>>
Hi Glen,

Glen Gunselman wrote on 25.02.2010 22:42:
> I've been asked to install pgp on a few servers.  I see both gnupg and
> gnupg2 in the packages list.  I thought I'd start with gnupg as it has a
> shorter dependancies list.
> A /opt/csw/bin/pkg-get -c|grep -v 'Not installed' shows:
> WARNING: gpg not found
> # (From site http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/packages/solaris/opencsw/current )
>        software                        localrev                     remoterev
>  [... list of version comparisons ...]
> Note: rrdtool            1.3.6,REV=2009.03.23           1.3.4,REV=2008.12.05
> If I run /opt/csw/bin/pkg-get -u will rrdtool be down leveled?

I am more familiar with pkgutil and haven't used pkg-get for a while,
but if you are using the current/ release branch (judging from the "From
site" output above) there are a couple of "remoterev" versions in the
list of yours which should definitely be more up to date. For reference
purposes: our website lists the package versions which are in the
current catalog. What's the mirror url setting in your pkg-get.conf?

To better troubleshoot this, could you please install pkgutil 1.9.1 and
run a couple of diagnostic commands.

1) Remove old pkgutil, download/install pkgutil 1.7

  pkgrm CSWpkgutil
  wget http://mirror.opencsw.org/opencsw/official/pkgutil-`uname -p`.pkg
  pkgadd -d pkgutil-`uname -p`.pkg
  <configure your mirror in /etc/opt/csw/pkgutil.conf>

2) Upgrade to pkgutil 1.9.1 (should not pull in any deps)

  pkgutil -Uu pkgutil

3) Run diagnostic commands

  pkgutil -V
  pkgutil -U
  pkgutil -C

This will display some diagnostic information (-V), fetch the current
catalogs (-U) and then compare your currently installed packages to the
ones on the mirror (-C, only displays different versions). You can use
something like http://pastebin.com/ to post outputs when they tend to
get long.

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