In message <_A465@delegate-en.ML_> on 05/19/99(19:18:03)
you "Bj\vrn S\ellarp" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|I'm having problems compile delegate on my RedHat Linux 6.0 computer. If I
|just write "make" I get the message
|saying that i should write make PATH=".:$PATH" or something like
|that.. and when I write exactly like it says (cut and paste) it doesn't
|work.. It compiles some but when I enter the src dir and try to start
|with the command ./delegated he says no such program or something like
|that. I also tryed compile with CC=gcc but nothing helps.. Why is it
|ike this?? Is it impossible to compile your program in linux or am I
|makeing something wrong??
Could you show me the (error) messages around the termination of
your make? I only have an ancient RedHat Linux (4.1) nearby me
where I can make DeleGate by ``make CC=gcc PATH=".:$PATH"''.
I have AIX/2.4 with gcc/2.6.3 where
make CC=gcc PATH=".:$PATH"
failes in the way of compilation of mkmake.c but succeeds with
make CC=gcc PATH=".:$PATH" HDRDIRS="-I/usr/include -I../include"
|Why don't u use the normal ./configure , make , make install way of
|compileing, that way is much easyer.. Pls help me, I really want to
DeleGate has no knowledge of platforms about how to configure and
install itself on each platform.
Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://www.etl.go.jp/~ysato/ @ @
Computer Science Division, Electrotechnical Laboratory ( - )
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