[Nut-upsuser] grep ID /etc/os-release
jimklimov at gmail.com
Fri Nov 27 10:24:38 GMT 2020
Can't really speak for commercial Solaris, did not touch it much in the
past years. AFAIK GA releases like 11.4 can be downloaded from Oracle as
is, likely with some licensed constraints of what you can do so for, and
without access to regular updates until next GA release unless you buy that
The other numerous and very different descendands of OpenSolaris are alive
and kicking :)
On Fri, Nov 27, 2020, 11:11 Roger Price <roger at rogerprice.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 26 Nov 2020, Jim Klimov wrote:
> > Sorry, my mail did not go out... For Solaris-like systems, I am aware of
> > SVR4 packaging recipe in NUT source tree. This defaults to what the
> > script args tell it, on my box I see /etc/nut for configs in package
> > and nobody:nobody as the account - but I did not see any distributions
> > delivering such packages. I tested installing that in OmniOS FWIW.
> I assumed that Solaris/OpenSolaris itself is dead since the Oracle
> takeover and
> the decision by Oracle that the security updates are subscription only.
> I added an entry for OpenIndiana with user nut, directory /etc/nut, and
> << OpenIndiana: historically, NUT was not included as a package in
> and an OpenIndiana Wiki entry dated 2013
> recommended user ups and directory /opt/nut/etc/. The values in the table
> taken from OpenIndiana's current Github data for NUT.
> I also added a comment that the default user if the build does not specify
> is nobody:nobody.
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