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You will have to find the process that's writing to the unlinked (not deleted!) file(s). All the Unix and Unix-a-like operating systems allow a process to keep open files that have no name in a directory. That's fallout from the design of Unix filesystems, where the on-disk data structure that holds permissions and disk blocks of a file's data (the inode) is ...


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I looked at /etc/passwd but there's no user with UID 105 (I think this user was deleted). That's what the lsof output is indicating. There's a process running owned by UID 105, but when it tried to lookup the username, there's no entry for that UID in /etc/passwd. Most likely the process was started before the user was deleted, and has been running ever ...


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arcfour128 and arcfour256 are not supported by Sun SSH on Solaris 10. Try: ssh -c arcfour256 somehost You'll likely get: Unknown cipher type 'arcfour256' You will need to remove them from your Ciphers list. Alternately, install OpenSSH if you really need them.


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You should examine what "file" on the installshield executable returns, as well as ldd says. If the binary is (partially) statically linked, it may not work as only the interfaces defined in the dynamically linked libc are public. If a binary is statically linked with libc, it may fail later in newer release. In Solaris 11, we removed a number of the old ...


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From the Oracle Solaris documentation. LK This account is locked account. See Security. NL This account is a no login account. See Security. NP This account has no password and is therefore open without authentication. PS This account has a password. UN The data in the password field is unknown. It is not a recognizable hashed password or any of the above ...


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It is unfortunate that sun ever shipped /usr/ucb/cc; you would think it was compatible with SunOS 4; instead it compatible with some very old version of 4.2 but it also required the installation of the SunPro (Now Solaris Studio) compilers. These compilers can be downloaded from ...



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