: DNet has not been ported to any of the SYSV bastard versions of unix yet,
: to the best of my knowledge. There is some pseudo-sysV support available,
: but I think it only works on Commodore's AMIX (RIP), and it relies heavily
: on compatibliity includes and libraries.
: > My Unix system is SUN/SPARC with Solaris 2.2 operating system.
What a lazy person. There is a Solaris 2.2 porting book from Sun press
that give you port heavy BSD complaint applications to SYSV/POSIX easlier.
However there are BSD compitability includes and libraries in Solaris 2.2
but it is more slower than pure SYSV applications. I recommend that try
port to SYSV first before do them...
: You lose. Talk your sysadmins into UPGRADING to sunos 4.1.
You are wrong. That is downgrading to sunos 4.1 from sunos 5.2. :)
I played with a port. I did them sucessfully now! I just put -L/usr/ucblib
and -I/usr/ucbinclude into each compilation. That is all.
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