Re: compiling CIPE on redhat 6.1...Help|
Chuck Hare <chuck_hare,AT,yahoo,DOT,com>|
Tue, 12 Aug 2003 11:12:20 -0700 (PDT)|
Christoph and Artem et al,
Its amazing what new knowledge can do. And also how dangerous alittle
is. Christoph, you were right. I unpacked the tarball with Windows Winzip.
screwed things up from the beginning. Nothing was right. Artem and Christoph,
still dont know where the "configure" file went. But I deleted everything and
ftp the tarball over to server. Did a tar -xzf and everything went great after
that. Configure worked, make worked, and make install worked. Outstanding! I
have now completed my first COMPILE! I'm so proud (tears welling up in eye's).
I cant thank you guys enough. You have saved me countless hours of
Now on to my next trick, actually getting CIPE running. I am sure I will be
back to the well for more knowledge later on, but for now, I am a very happy
camper. Thank you guys again.
--- Christoph Biedl <cbiedl,AT,gmx,DOT,de> wrote:
> Chuck Hare wrote...
> > bash: /configure: No such file or directory
> > [root@ce5500 cipe-1.5.4]# ./configure --without-pkcipe
> Quite strange, since ...
> > For troubleshooting purposes Here is some additional information.
> > [root@ce5500 cipe-1.5.4]# ls -lrt
> (Thanks for a directory listing)
> .. a file called "configure" is missing. How did you unpack the tarball?
> I assume that you've used some kind of windows tool since the file
> permissions are not set properly. In that case, use the tar command.
> Did you download the tarball from
> http://sites.inka.de/sites/bigred/sw/cipe-1.5.4.tar.gz or from other
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