The recommended OS to build OpenIndiana on will always be the latest development release at the time you are building. The exception to the OS rule is for bootstrapping OpenIndiana from OpenSolaris where you should have the latest development binary release (b134) installed which can be obtained from Genunix. (In case you want to upgrade an older OpenSolaris install to osol-134, follow How to upgrade to osol-134).
The recommended build environment uses a patched Sun Studio 12 to compile along side a patched Sun Studio 12.1 to provide the lint. Both compilers are available to download as tarballs from here:
Before beginning, make sure you don't have Sun Studio installed:
If they are installed, remove. Eg:
Keep running "pkg info | grep sunstu" and uninstalling until nothing reports back.
Then double check there is nothing under /opt related to compilers, and remove as necessary, eg:
Then install the tarballs:
Note: Sun Studio 12.2 is available but has not been tested so please do not use at this time.
Install some packages:
Install CBE 1.7.0 from:
or http://dlc.sun.com/osol/jds/downloads/cbe/test/. The ./cbe-install script is not ment to be run as root. It has to be run as user with "Software Installation" or "Primary Administrator" rights! (See /etc/user_attr). Answer 'no' to all questions and ignore missing package dependencies.
Then remove gnu make, so that (the other) make is the default Different consolidations require different make versions so do not remove any binaries you install while setting up your environment. Please pay close attention to the PATH variables that are set in each consolidations build instructions.
Get GNU gettext (at least version 0.16.1):
http://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/gettext/gettext-0.18.1.1.tar.gz and install it using: ./configure --prefix=/opt/dtbld && make && pfexec make install
Alternative: You may use pkgbuild from CBE (above).
[18:04] <Meths> Otherwise, cd jds-cbe-dir; pkgbuild -bb CBEgettext.spec
[18:04] <Meths> cd ~/packages/PKGS/CBEgettext/reloc
[18:05] <Meths> tar cf - * | ( cd /opt/dtbld; pfexec tar xvpf - )
Once you've setup and installed the recommended build environment, the build process can/shall be entirely done as user.