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I installed the Solaris Studio 12.3 on Solaris 10 OS but when I check the version but it is showing below result. It is installed under /opt/SolarisStudio12.3/bin so why wrong path is coming. I defined the path in .profile after that I can see now the correct path when I check $PATH /opt/SolarisStudio12.3/bin but still it is showing same path for which cc and cc -V as below. Can anyone please tell me?

which cc
/usr/ucb/cc

cc -V
/usr/ucb/cc: language optional software package not installed
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Your /usr/ucb/cc is probably a script that checks if /usr/ccs/bin/ucbcc is installed and then invokes it (or complains if not there, like in your case).

/usr/ccs/bin/ucbcc is part of the package unbundled C compiler, SPROcc. You are probably missing that.

  • Thanks. I checked the /usr/ccs/bin/ucbcc folder is exist but don't know how check. can you please tell me. – Agha Nawaz May 15 '13 at 6:48
  • I have no access to a SunOS system at the moment, so it is difficult to hand-hold. – Anthon May 15 '13 at 7:07
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You need to run /opt/SolarisStudio12.3/bin/cc and never /usr/ucb/cc - the ucb script is an old compatibility wrapper for building SunOS 4 software that doesn't work with current Studio releases and was deleted from Solaris 11 and later.

Simplest is to ensure that /opt/SolarisStudio12.3/bin is in your $PATH environment variable ahead of /usr/ucb.

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