The install of the fglam fails on Solaris. The indentified reason why the install fails is that the /tmp file system has noexec attributes enabled so executable can't be placed in the /tmp filesystem and executed. The customer is unable to turn this off for security reasons as the UNIX server is hosting public websites. Is there a workaround for this?
Try setting a variable TMP to store the files elsewhere. E.g. export TMP=~/mytemp (Make sure the mytemp directory has been created in your user’s home directory.) Then run the installer again.