2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 23, 2019 7:47 PM by Chris Aoki-Oracle

    Unable to Install DeveloperStudio 12.6 on Solaris 11.3

    user5555933

      Following directions here, I am unable to complete the installation.  It fails with the following output:

       

      root@polaris-11:~#  pkg install --accept developerstudio-126

      Creating Plan (Running solver): |

      pkg install: No matching version of developer/developerstudio-126 can be installed:

        Reject:  pkg://solarisstudio/developer/developerstudio-126@12.6-1.0.0.0

        Reason:  No version matching 'require' dependency developer/developerstudio-126/c++@12.6,5.11-1.0.0.0 can be installed

          ----------------------------------------

          Reject:  pkg://solarisstudio/developer/developerstudio-126/c++@12.6-1.0.0.0

          Reason:  No version matching 'require' dependency developer/developerstudio-126/library/c++-libs@12.6,5.11-1.0.0.0 can be installed

            ----------------------------------------

            Reject:  pkg://solarisstudio/developer/developerstudio-126/library/c++-libs@12.6-1.0.0.0

            Reason:  No version matching 'require' dependency system/library/c++-runtime@0.5.11,5.11-0.175.3.20.0.2.0 can be installed

              ----------------------------------------

              Reject:  pkg://solaris/system/library/c++-runtime@0.5.11-0.175.3.20.0.2.0

                         to

                       pkg://solaris/system/library/c++-runtime@11.4-11.4.0.0.1.4.0

              Reason:  This version is excluded by installed incorporation consolidation/sunpro/sunpro-incorporation@0.5.11-0.175.3.0.0.25.0

              ----------------------------------------

            Reject:  pkg://solarisstudio/developer/developerstudio-126/library/c++-libs@12.6-1.0.0.1

            Reason:  No version matching 'require' dependency system/library/c++-runtime@0.5.11,5.11-0.175.3.20.0.2.0 can be installed

            ----------------------------------------

          Reject:  pkg://solarisstudio/developer/developerstudio-126/c++@12.6-1.0.0.1

          Reason:  No version matching 'require' dependency system/library/math@0.5.11,5.11-0.175.3.13.0.1.0 can be installed

            ----------------------------------------

            Reject:  pkg://solaris/system/library/math@0.5.11-0.175.3.13.0.1.0

                     pkg://solaris/system/library/math@11.4-11.4.0.0.1.4.0

            Reason:  This version is excluded by installed incorporation consolidation/sunpro/sunpro-incorporation@0.5.11-0.175.3.0.0.25.0

            ----------------------------------------

          ----------------------------------------

       

      Can someone please help me understand what that output means and how to fix?

        • 1. Re: Unable to Install DeveloperStudio 12.6 on Solaris 11.3
          Chris Aoki-Oracle

          Before we can answer your question, it would be helpful to know

          - what version of OS your system is running

          - what package publishers are configured

          To help us answer your question, please reply with the output of the following system shell commands

           

          % uname -a

          % pkg info entire | grep FMRI

          % pkg publisher

           

          The answers to the above questions tell us whether you are

          installing from Solaris and Studio support repositories (which

          provide Solaris SRU updates and Studio Patch updates) vs.

          only GA releases of each.

           

          Best Regards,

          Chris Aoki

          Studio Support Engineering

          • 2. Re: Unable to Install DeveloperStudio 12.6 on Solaris 11.3
            Chris Aoki-Oracle

            To answer part of your question, the IPS error messages probably mean that

            the required system libraries are not installed on your system.

             

            To answer the rest of your question and suggest what to do about it, we would

            need to know whether you are downloading either Solaris 11 or Studio 12.6 from

            'support' or 'release' repos.   For the greatest probability of a successful outcome,

            you should use 'support' or 'release' consistently in both cases, depending on

            what you are trying to accomplish.

             

            Studio 12.6GA should install correctly on Solaris 11.4GA, regardless of where

            Solaris 11.4GA was installed from.  If you have installed Solaris 11.4GA and

            cannot install Studio 12.6, then further investigation is needed.

             

            If you have installed Solaris 11.3 SRU from the 'support' repo, you will need

            to upgrade your OS to a sufficiently recent Solaris 11.3 SRU, preferably S11.3

            SRU 35.

             

            If you have installed Solaris 11.3 GA or Solaris 11.4 GA from the 'release' repo,

            then you should be able to download and install Studio 12.6 GA from the Studio

            'release' repo.

             

            For future reference, if you will need to upgrade either Solaris 11 or Studio 12.6,

            you should get support contracts for both, and install/upgrade each from their

            respective support repos.

             

            Regards,

            Chris Aoki