Be advised that the packages on UNIX Packages are only available through a paid subscription service, as this new site is not sponsored by any third party. ansitape – | Ansitape reads writes and creates magtapes conforming to the ANSI standard for magtape labelling.
If this presents any special difficulties, please send an email to our support email. UNIX Packages offers under paid subscription, the following list of packages in Bold at the version specified for this version of Solaris. However, popular packages are updated frequently and by subscriber request, more up to date packages may be also be present for other versions of Solaris. Primarily this is useful to exchange tapes with VAX/VMS which makes this kind of tape by default.
Package names that are non-bold and/or with no version number, are not currently available for this version of Solaris. ascii 3.14 | Ascii is a utility that recognizes many different ways of naming an ASCII character (hex octal binary decimal C escape ISO character table pair slang names and others) and prints out all the equivalents.
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Both the source tarballs from and the tags of the git repository (since v0.16a1) are Gnu PG-signed.
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It has several message digest algorithms (see below) that are used to check the integrity of the file.
All of the usual file attributes can also be checked for inconsistencies.
BMC Blade Logic Server Automation now supports version management of two types of product objects — component templates and Network Shell scripts.
Version management of these objects is based on an integration of BMC Server Automation with Git, using any of the following supported Git repository tools: Git Hub, Gitblit, and Git Lab.