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Updated: Thursday, June 13, 2019
 
 

ddu(8)

Name

ddu - GUI-based device driver utility

Synopsis

/usr/bin/ddu [--silent]

Description

The GUI-based device driver utility, ddu, provides information about devices on a system running the Oracle Solaris operating system. ddu enables a user to connect to the Image Packaging System (IPS) and search device drivers for the devices that do not have drivers attached to them. By doing this, ddu gives the user an opportunity to install missing drivers.

ddu is a GUI, with an easy-to-use interface. It has a text-based counterpart, ddu-text(8), which is described in its own man page.

Options

The following options is supported:

–-silent

ddu runs silently. If it finds devices that are missing drivers a notification is posted. Clicking on the notification displays the DDU GUI.

Examples

Example 1 Launching the ddu GUI

The following command launches the ddu GUI.

% ddu
Example 2 Launching ddu in Silent Mode

The following command launches ddu in silent mode.

% ddu --silent

Exit Status

0

Application exited successfully.

>0

Application exited with a failure.

Files

/usr/bin/ddu

Executable for ddu.

Attributes

See attributes(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:

ATTRIBUTE TYPE
ATTRIBUTE VALUE
Availability
diagnostic/ddu
Interface Stability
External

Additional availability attribute values are: diagnostic/ddu/data, diagnostic/ddu/library, and diagnostic/ddu/locale.

See Also

attributes(7), ddu-text(8)