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Re: make Linux command

On 07-Apr-00, 14:55 (CDT), Brent Fulgham <brent.fulgham@xpsystems.com> wrote: 
> > I try to compiler Linux command such as "insmod" and "ifconfig".
> > 1.  "insmod"
> > I unpackage the "modutils-2.3.9.tar.gz", there is a 
> > Makefile.in , I send
> > command "make all -f Makefile.in". do nothing.
> Makefile.in is a configuration file used by GNU autoconf.  You
> should make sure you have autoconf, M4, and automake installed on
> your system.
> The source directory might already have a "configure" script 
> present (this is the output of autoconf/automake).
> To build, first run:
> #>./configure

Actually, you shouldn't need those just to run the configure script, and
the configure script *should* be there.


Steve Greenland <stevegr@debian.org>
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