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[gcmd-usr] "make" - this has to be easy..

From: peter
Subject: [gcmd-usr] "make" - this has to be easy..
Date: Fri, 07 Aug 2009 16:59:50 +0700
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I have gc 1.2.7 installed from the Ubuntu 9.04 repositories.  I am
running the 64 bit version.   I want to upgrade to see if some of the
bugs disappear.

I downloaded the 1.2.8 update file.  Ran ./configure and found that I
needed to also install gettext first.  No problem.  Ran ./configure
again and the last line then ends with “configure: error: no” so I guess
all is well.

However when I run make as a user, an administrator or root I get the

“make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop. ”

and make check delivers the following

“make: *** No rule to make target `check'.  Stop. ”

Since I have followed the install instructions I was wondering what I
have overlooked here?  Is this something due to running the 64 bit
version of Ubuntu?

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