Remove unwanted Solaris packages (Rev: 1.1)



After installing a full Solaris 10 5/2008 operating system (SPARC) with OEM support packages to the SUN Fire 280R server, I created a simple script (jrmpkg) to remove those packages that I did not want to free up hardisk space. You can copy and paste the below jrmpkg codes, and save it as any filename at your Solaris 10 machine. Modify the codes as you wish before running it.

------------- BEGIN jrmpkg codes -----------------------

#!/bin/csh
# Jack, Aug 2008, Rev: 1.0
# Remove unwanted packages for Solaris 10 5/2008

# Russian 1251 fonts
pkgrm -v SUNW1251f

# Apache common logging
pkgrm -v SUNWaclg
# Apache Web Server
pkgrm -v SUNWapch2d #V2 Documentation
pkgrm -v SUNWapch2r #V2 root
pkgrm -v SUNWapch2u #V2 usr
pkgrm -v SUNWapchd #Documentation
pkgrm -v SUNWapchr #root
pkgrm -v SUNWapchu #usr

# Boot server daemons
pkgrm -v SUNWbsr #root
pkgrm -v SUNWbsu #usr

# Solaris Diskless Client Management Application
pkgrm -v SUNWdclnt

# DHCP
pkgrm -v SUNWdhcm # DHCP manager
# Binary file format data module for BOOTP/DHCP services
pkgrm -v SUNWdhcsb
pkgrm -v SUNWdhcsr # BOOTP/DHCP server services (ROOT)
pkgrm -v SUNWdhcsu # BOOTP/DHCP server services (USR)

# CDE demos
pkgrm -v SUNWdtdem

# FTP server
pkgrm -v SUNWftpr #root
pkgrm -v SUNWftpu #usr

# Gnome games
pkgrm -v SUNWgnome-games
pkgrm -v SUNWgnome-games-root #platform dependent files, / filesystem
pkgrm -v SUNWgnome-games-share #platform dependent files, /usr/share

# J2SDK 1.4 demo programs
pkgrm -v SUNWj3dmo

# JDK 5.0 demo programs (1.5.0_16)
pkgrm -v SUNWj5dmo

# A set of Java Demo Applications
# jdictionary, jdiskreport. jedit, jgraphpad and jspider
pkgrm -v SUNWjavaapps

# JavaHelp demos
pkgrm -v SUNWjhdem

# Japanese iconv modules for UTF-8
pkgrm -v SUNWjiu8
# Japanese required TrueType font
# Solaris 10 5/2008 did not has this package
pkgrm -v SUNWjxcft
# Japanese required Bitmap font
pkgrm -v SUNWjxmft

# Korean iconv modules for UTF-8
pkgrm -v SUNWkiu8
# Korean TrueType fonts
# Solaris 10 5/2008 did not has this package
pkgrm -v SUNWkttf
# Korean X windows platform required fonts
# Solaris 10 5/2008 did not has this package
pkgrm -v SUNWkxfnt
# Korean (UTF-8) X windows platform minimum required fonts
pkgrm -v SUNWkxmft

# Modular debugger demo source
pkgrm -v SUNWmdbdm

# Mozilla for Solaris
pkgrm -v SUNWmozapoc-adapter #Apoc adapter
pkgrm -v SUNWmozchat #Chatzilla
pkgrm -v SUNWmozdom-inspector #DOM inspector
pkgrm -v SUNWmozgm #GNOME integration
pkgrm -v SUNWmozilla #Web browser
pkgrm -v SUNWmozilla-devel #Web browser - developer files
pkgrm -v SUNWmozjs-debugger #Javascript debugger
pkgrm -v SUNWmozmail #Mail
pkgrm -v SUNWmoznspr #Netscape portable runtime
pkgrm -v SUNWmoznspr-devel #Netscape portable runtime - developer files
pkgrm -v SUNWmoznss #Network security services
pkgrm -v SUNWmoznss-devel #Network security services - developer files
pkgrm -v SUNWmozpsm #Personal security manager
pkgrm -v SUNWmozspell #Spelling checker
pkgrm -v SUNWthunderbird #Thunderbird email/newsgroup client

# OS demo source
pkgrm -v SUNWosdem

# Open source demo programs
pkgrm -v SUNWsfwdemo


echo Disable sendmail process before removing sendmail packages
/usr/sbin/svcadm disable svc:/network/smtp:sendmail
# Sendmail
pkgrm -v SUNWsndmr #root
pkgrm -v SUNWsndmu #usr

# Thai (UTF-8) iconv modules for UTF-8
pkgrm -v SUNWtiu8
# Thai X windows platform required fonts package
pkgrm -v SUNWtxfnt

# Telnet server
pkgrm -v SUNWtnetc #client
pkgrm -v SUNWtnetd #server daemon (usr)
pkgrm -v SUNWtnetr #server daemon (root)

# X window system demo programs
pkgrm -v SUNWxwdem
# X window system demo images
pkgrm -v SUNWxwdim

------------- END jrmpkg codes --------------------------


To check all the software packages installed in your machine and save it as a file calls pkg.txt,
# pkginfo > pkg.txt


Browse through the text file pkg.txt to see the installed software packages,
# more pkg.txt


To display software package (eg: SUNWgnome-games) information in long format,
# pkginfo -l SUNWgnome-games


Reference:

[1] Sun Microsystems Documentation

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