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Re: Installation problem with make 3.80

From: Paul D. Smith
Subject: Re: Installation problem with make 3.80
Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 15:16:40 -0500

%% Steve Buberl <address@hidden> writes:

  sb> I just installed ubuntu to discover that there was no make program.  I 
  sb> downloaded your make 3.80 and it configured correctly, but when I ran 
  sb> "sh ./build.sh", it reached a certain line and failed:
  sb> compiling address@hidden@.c...
  sb> gcc: ./address@hidden@.c: No such file or directory
  sb> gcc: no input files

  sb> I'm guessing REMOTE is a variable that was is supposed to be replaced 
  sb> with either "cstms" or "stub" but it didn't work.  Any help would be 
  sb> greatly appreciated.

This is a known issue that will be fixed in the next version.  You can
replace "@REMOTE@" in the script with "stub".

BTW, no need to build your own make for Ubuntu.  Just open your package
manager software (Synaptic for example) and install it...

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