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Needed C/C++ code which returns MAC address on on solaris platform without root user..
Posted 10-Jan-13 20:27pm
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Richard MacCutchan at 11-Jan-13 4:30am
   
This sort of information is for root user only; and with good reason.
Jochen Arndt at 11-Jan-13 8:57am
   
I don't know Solaris. But with Linux, this information can be grepped from the boot.msg log file which is readable for all users. If there is a similar file with Solaris, you might parse it.
Albert Holguin at 13-Jan-13 8:54am
   
that's a good suggestion... I haven't used Solaris since way back in the day... so I can't remember much about this type of stuff

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Its been a very long time since I've played with Solaris but if I recall you can get it by running system("arp hostname") and parsing the results.
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