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= OpenCSW Solaris package archive =

The list of mirrors can be found at

All CSW packages install into /opt/csw, with the binaries usually found in:


The simplest way to download and install packages, is to run as root:

 # pkgadd -d

You can then edit /etc/opt/csw/pkgutil.conf, and update it to use the closest
mirror site to you, and the appropriate subdirectory; for example unstable,
testing or stable.

  "unstable" gets a high volume of freshly built updates
  "testing" is a symlink to one of the named releases (munich as of Sep 2014)
  "stable" is a symlink to one of the named releases (bratislava as of Sep 2014)

  "bratislava" (stable) is only receiving security updates
  "munich" (testing) receives packages from unstable 14 days after uploading

  "current" has been removed
  "legacy" is a dead branch with a 2008 snapshot
  "dublin" is dead
  "kiel" is dead too

  "allpkgs" contains all packages that can be found in the archive
            It is available on
            and sites mirroring rsync://
  "releases" contains symlinks to previously released catalogs

Directories that used to be here:
  "current" used to be our rolling release, look for "unstable" instead

For more information on the CSW effort, please visit

There you will find details on volunteering to maintain packages, or on signing
up to be an official mirror site.

Feel free to join project's IRC channel: #opencsw on Freenode.

GPL note: Package build descriptions with potential patches are available from
the OpenCSW subversion repository at:

In case a given build recipe is not available, you can get a list of any source
changes that were needed to compile a particular package, by contacting the
maintainer of the specific package in question.

You can find mention of rsync capable sites at:

The primary rsync site is:


Please note that when rsyncing, you should use the -H flag, to preserve hard
links, if you are getting more than one particular subdirectory of this tree.