LSLPP Command?

LSLPP Command?

Post by Will » Fri, 03 May 2002 08:06:51



What is the command to see what level I am at on
EX. I am trying to update X11.adt.lib.4.3.3?? to 4.3.3.2.  I need it
for Java 1.3.  I download X11.adt.lib.4.3.3.2 and try to install with
smit,
smit cannot even see the new .bff.  I am thinking maybe it is
not even on the system.
-- I am deleting the old .toc --

Thanks

 
 
 

LSLPP Command?

Post by Hans-Joachim Ehler » Fri, 03 May 2002 16:21:56


Hi Will,



Quote:> What is the command to see what level I am at on
> EX. I am trying to update X11.adt.lib.4.3.3?? to 4.3.3.2.  I need it
> for Java 1.3.  I download X11.adt.lib.4.3.3.2 and try to install with
> smit,
> smit cannot even see the new .bff.  I am thinking maybe it is
> not even on the system.
> -- I am deleting the old .toc --

"inutoc" will be your friend.
Just change to the directory where the software is and do a "inutoc ."

or just run smitty install_latest which i believe will also create a new
".toc" file.

If you using smitty i would change to the directory where the software is
before starting smitty because you need later only the "." as the directory
name.

Hajo

 
 
 

LSLPP Command?

Post by Norman Levi » Sun, 05 May 2002 02:08:47


I think you are looking for the 'oslevel' command.
norm


>> Hi Will,



>>> What is the command to see what level I am at on
>>> EX. I am trying to update X11.adt.lib.4.3.3?? to 4.3.3.2.  I need it
>>> for Java 1.3.  I download X11.adt.lib.4.3.3.2 and try to install with
>>> smit,
>>> smit cannot even see the new .bff.  I am thinking maybe it is
>>> not even on the system.
>>> -- I am deleting the old .toc --

>> "inutoc" will be your friend.
>> Just change to the directory where the software is and do a "inutoc ."

>> or just run smitty install_latest which i believe will also create a new
>> ".toc" file.

>> If you using smitty i would change to the directory where the software is
>> before starting smitty because you need later only the "." as the
>> directory name.

>> Hajo

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1. lslpp says we have it, but we don't

aix 4.3.1.0

Greetings,

# i4cfg
exec(): 0509-036 Cannot load program /usr/opt/ifor/ls/os/aix/bin/config
because of the following errors:
0509-022 Cannot load library libipfx.a.
0509-026 System error: A file or directory in the path name does not
exist.

I get that because I don't have libipfx.a.
I don't have libipfx.a because it's part of /usr/lpp/ipfx
which is missing!    Now according to lslpp
"/usr/lpp/ipfx" is part of ipfx.rte subsystem
and I have it installed according to lslpp itself.

So why don't I have the stuff inside /usr/lpp/ipfx then?

# lslpp -h ipfx.rte
  Fileset         Level     Action       Status       Date         Time
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Path: /usr/lib/objrepos
ipfx.rte  2.2.0.0   COMMIT       COMPLETE     06/07/99     16:42:57

I removed ipfx.rte and add it back in and did all sort of things to no avail.

Thanks,
Farid

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