Pkgutil, written in Perl and licensed under GPL, is a tool to make installation of CSW packages in Solaris easier. It handles package dependencies so all required packages are installed before the desired package automatically.
Jar Ajar is a JAR-based self-extractor for zip files. Zip up files and package them with descriptive images and text using Jar Ajar's graphical interface. When recipients launch the resulting JAR, Jar Ajar guides users through the unzip process.
Nixstaller is an Open Source project with the goal to create user friendly and flexible installers that work on various UNIX like systems. Some of its features are: small size overhead, large compatibility, Lua scripting and few dependencies.
ApacheBuilder builds Apache (with optional modules of Mod_SSL and Mod_Perl) from sources, prompting for config params of location, etc. When done, it starts Apache and verifies it all works ok.
orchestrator / cluster deployment tool
The Orchestrator server is responsible for distribution and launch of simple apply/rollback shell scripts in a particular order across multiple servers . If for any reason deployment is failing at a particular stage the process will stop and you can rollback any changes done until then. In case you want to deploy your code or just call your preferred DSC client to apply the configuration locally the Orchestrator can be a handy tool. The operation can be started manually or scheduled, depending on your needs. In terms of audit and trace capabilities, the system is collecting all console output of your shell scripts from all servers and saves the logs centrally for review.
Our goal is to create an actively supported and maintained set of tools and mirrors for Solaris, allowing automated \"get & install\" of up-to-date free software.
Compiled packages for Oracle Solaris OS
The purpose of this project is to provide pre-compiled opensource packages for the Oracle/Sun Solaris Operating System
Tentacle is a cross-platform file transfer protocol that aims to be secure and easy to use. The client and server are designed to be run from the command line or called from a shell script. Secure file transfers to and from the server are supported.
A mirror for CSW - Community SoftWare for Solaris.
pkgsrc work-in-progress packages (old page)
pkgsrc-wip has moved to a new server, see https://pkgsrc.org/wip/ This project is intended as a playground to get more people working on pkgsrc, a packaging system coming from NetBSD but becoming more and more portable (Solaris, Darwin and other BSDs, even IRIX and others). Packagers and testers are welcome!