I'm just starting to experiment with Solaris 10 06/06 zones. Seems, that it 
basically works (good :)), however I guess, install does not work correctly. 
E.g. I've packages, which are installed in the global zone with '-a none' in 
/usr/local and but their default BASEDIR is /usr. pkgparam -v correctly says   

But when I try to install a new zone, I get a lot of warnings like: attribute 
verification of </zones/flexlm/root/usr/bin/gsed> failed pathname does not 
exist ...

BTW: /usr/local is a separate ufs, which is not inherited to the zone. Might 
this be the cause, that in this case zone install simply assumes /usr as 
BASEDIR for the zone ? If so, bug or feature?

IMHO zone install should avoid installing any packages whomes BASEDIR points to 
a directory, which gets not inherited ....

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