[i]If I used: pkgadd -G -d top, my question is, will the local zones be able to
utilize the top command that was specifically installed on the global zone.[/i]
You've practically answered your own question. What the -G option of pkgadd
does is specifically install the package in the global zone [u]only[/u].
Sometimes it doesn't hurt to try the man page first :)
# man pkgadd
-G Add package(s) in the current zone only.
When used in the global zone, the package is
added to the global zone only and is not
propagated to any existing or yet-to-be-
created non-global zone. When used in a
non-global zone, the package(s) are added to
the non-global zone only.
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