The Generic binary build installation instructions may be used to install RabbitMQ on Solaris, with two modifications.
The RabbitMQ shell scripts assume a standard POSIX environment. On Solaris this requires that startup scripts be executed with the
/usr/xpg4/bin/sh shell. This can be accomplished by replacing the first line of each script (which normally reads
The RabbitMQ shell scripts assume the existence of the "readlink" utility for resolving symbolic links. This can be obtained by installing the Sunfreeware "coreutils" package or compiling GNU coreutils.