Install sudo_ldap on Solaris 10 and 11:

pkgadd -d http://get.opencsw.org/now
/opt/csw/bin/pkgutil -U
/opt/csw/bin/pkgutil -y -i sudo_ldap 
/usr/sbin/pkgchk -L CSWsudo-ldap # list files

See also: Getting started with OpenCSW

Package details

Catalognamesudo_ldap
SVR4 package nameCSWsudo-ldap
DescriptionLDAP bindings for SUDO
Version1.9.4,REV=2020.11.30
Source URL http://www.sudo.ws
Package Sources csw/mgar/pkg/sudo/trunk/Makefile (SourceForge, OpenGrok)
QA pageGo to sudo_ldap QA page
Last Uploaded ByDagobert Michelsen
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Bugtracker View bugs about sudo_ldap
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Dependencies ( 7 )

Oracle / Sun Solaris SUNW packages not shown.

Software nameDescription
commoncommon files and dirs for CSW packages
libintl9GNU locale utilities, libintl.so.9
liblber2_4_2OpenLDAP ASN.1 BER library, liblber-2.4.so.2
libldap2_4_2OpenLDAP LDAP library, libldap-2.4.so.2
libssp0The GNU Compiler Collection, libssp.so.0
libz1Zlib data compression library, libz.so.1
sudoProvides limited super user privileges

Reverse dependencies ( 1 )

Reverse dependencies are Solaris packages that depends on sudo_ldap.

Software nameDescription
sudo_ldap_stubTransitional package. Content moved to CSWsudo-ldap

Libraries dependencies ( 0 )

The following tables display the sub list of packages, from the reverse dependencies, that depends on the libs provided by sudo_ldap.

DependencySoftware name