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Comment from: Pete Robbins [Visitor]
Pete Robbins

There is still no guarantee that the digest utility is included in your Solaris 10 installation.
We have several Solaris 10 boxes in our lab and none have the digest command or the md5sum utility.

08/28/08 @ 17:08
Comment from: thias [Member]  

Pete,

The digest utility belongs to the SUNWcsu package… It should then be available as this package is given to be “Core Solaris, (Usr)"…

Here below, the command to know what package a file belongs to:

root@sol10:~# /usr/sbin/pkgchk -l -p /usr/bin/digest
Pathname: /usr/bin/digest
Type: regular file
Expected mode: 0555
Expected owner: root
Expected group: bin
Expected file size (bytes): 19028
Expected sum(1) of contents: 54133
Expected last modification: Aug 16 19:22:57 2007
Referenced by the following packages:
SUNWcsu
Current status: installed

08/29/08 @ 14:31
Comment from: Vandana [Visitor]  
Vandana

it worked..thanks you so much!!!

07/26/11 @ 18:12
Comment from: GA DBA [Visitor]
GA DBA

The digest command worked for me. Thanks!

09/01/11 @ 21:22
Comment from: Pedro Inácio [Visitor]
Pedro Inácio

Thanks. It was very helpful!

01/04/12 @ 11:26
Comment from: Chris [Visitor]
Chris

Great command, can be used with wildcards to check multiple files and sub directories too.

04/12/12 @ 19:03
Comment from: Eric [Visitor]
Eric

Thank you for the info. As an FYI, this worked on the Solaris box I was using:

gst-md5sum filesrc location=filename.dat

It printed a couple of warnings but produced an md5sum in the end.

06/21/12 @ 17:36
Comment from: Aleksandar [Visitor]  
Aleksandar

Thanks! `openssl md5` can be used in the same way btw.

08/26/13 @ 16:11