List of Software product installed on Server

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I am in need to obtaining a list of all software product installed on my server. the server is running solaris 10. I have used the PKGINFO. However this utility does not give a completed list of all software product installed. Can you help?
ASKED: January 31, 2008  7:55 PM
UPDATED: February 3, 2008  7:52 AM

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Have you tried Belarc Advisor? It lists all registered software and licsense. You can download it for free @ belarc dot com.

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  • Magic8ball
    Umm... not to sound harsh, but you really need to learn how to determine what is on your solaris server without external software! There are a gazilllion ways to look for software on your server, but you really need to spend the time going over the filesystems and learning what you have. I would not entrust an outside application to probe around my server... that is blasphemy. Learn what default files and applications are on a basic (bare bones) solaris 10 server and that will make it easier to look for anything that is out of place. Looking in the /etc/rc2.d and /etc/rc3.d directories for the startup scripts and the /etc/init.d directory is a start. Looking in opt and listing out the files. I know it is cumbersome, but you don't want to run a system without knowing exactly what is under the hood. Here is a data collection script that I wrote and use at my job. It will help tell you what you have and it outputs the data to an html file, so you can unzip the file and view it with a browser: http://www.bennovations.com/downloads/getconfig744.tar :wq!ben
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