J?rgen Keil wrote:
>> Just a note, MikeE and I were discussing this on #opensolaris. The code
>> in question isn't actually open yet since it's in the Install
>> consolidation. However, the code in question is a shell script - so
>> it's clearly open in the sense that it's visible to people.
>> I told MikeE he should check with request-sponsor to see if it's
>> possible for him to work on it even though it's not officially published
> I guess I'm in the same boat with bug 6342722, which is about broken
> "more" in the installer (and the failsafe) environment:
Yes, you would be in the same boat.
> The /sbin/sulogin shell script in the installer's miniroot ramdisk and the
> /sbin/sulogin script in the /boot/x86.miniroot-safe needs to be fixed to open
> stdin/stout/stderr in read/write mode to please commands like "more" that
> expect that you can *read* from the stderr file handle.
> Where does that /sbin/sulogin script come from? It seems it isn't part of
> the ON on-src-YYYYMMDD.tar.bz2 source drops. How can we get that
> script fixed in Solaris Express?
It's supplied by the install consolidation, which is not part of the ON
drops. Once we finish open-sourcing the install consolidation, it will
be possible for us to accept external contributions.