The reason that the ca-cs-utils package is failing to install while executing the prein_csutils.sh script is due to illegal Bourne shell commands that are defined in the /etc/profile system login script.
The Solaris Bourne shell is not as forgiving as other UNIX/Linux versions tend to be. The ca-cs-utils prein_csutils.sh script sources the /etc/profile (. /etc/profile) as many of the CCS PIF package install scripts do. The vast majority of these scripts are Bourne shell scripts so if the Bourne shell has a problem with any commands in the /etc/profile script, then the CCS scripts will fail when they source this file.
You can run the following command to determine the the /etc/profile has illegal Bourne Shell commands within:
/bin/sh /etc/profile;echo $?
If the result is anything but '0,' there are illegal commands within.
On Solaris, set/export of environment variables must be done in two separate commands. The line "export ENVDIR=/export/ENV" must be broken up into the following two commands:
ENVDIR=/export/ENV export ENVDIR
If there are other "export <VAR>=<value>" commands in /etc/profile, they must also be broken up into two separate commands:
<VAR>=<value> export <VAR>
After making the appropriate changes to the /etc/profile script, test it again in the same manner:
/bin/sh /etc/profile;echo $? until the "echo $?" command returns a zero (0).