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    Quote Originally Posted by RJWEcology
    Ok, I've got:


    Code:
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    PSPP configured successfully
    --------------------


    The 'make' command gives me this at the end:


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    make[2]: *** [src/ui/terminal/pspp] Error 1
    make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/rich/pspp-0.6.0'
    make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
    make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/rich/pspp-0.6.0'
    make: *** [all] Error 2
    --------------------


    Any ideas / suggestions on what to do next? Should I continue?
    Hi
    Ahhh, your in the wrong directory, should be in one called pspp not
    pspp-0.6.0.

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    There is a pspp directory? I can only see pspp_build and pspp-0.6.0 at my home directory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJWEcology
    There is a pspp directory? I can only see pspp_build and pspp-0.6.0 at
    my home directory.
    Hi
    I'm guessing if you cd to the pspp_build directory it should be there
    if you followed the commands I posted previously

    I had the same type of error with the 0.6.0 build...

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    Yep, followed them to the letter! lol I'm going to retrace my steps and see if anything has gone wrong.

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    Also, where is the 0.7.0 version? I couldn't find the link. I'm going to remove the whole lot and start again. Grumble grumble....

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJWEcology
    Also, where is the 0.7.0 version? I couldn't find the link. I'm going to
    remove the whole lot and start again. Grumble grumble....
    Hi
    Mumble mumble... the git version is the 0.7.0 one It will download
    when you run the commands git clone ....

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    I'm going to remove it all and start again. I just don't understand. I followed everything word for word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJWEcology
    I'm going to remove it all and start again. I just don't understand. I
    followed everything word for word.
    Hi
    Welcome to the Twilight Zone

    Just make sure you cd to pspp_build directory, run the two git commands
    then do a ls command. You should then see two directories, gnulib and
    pspp, cd to pspp and run the commands

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    I've started again and done everything word for word. Now then I have to enter this:

    Code:
    ../configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc --bindir=/bin--with-gui-tools

    I just get
    "bash: ../configure: No such file or directory"
    I'm currently in: Obsidian:/home/rich/pspp_build/pspp #

    When in the pspp dir, doing an ls gives me this:

    Code:
    Obsidian:/home/rich/pspp_build/pspp # ls
    acinclude.m4    configure.ac         glade           NEWS           Smake
    AUTHORS         COPYING              INSTALL         OChangeLog     src
    ChangeLog       doc                  install-reloc   ONEWS          tests
    config          examples             lib             po             THANKS
    config.guess    .git                 link-warning.h  pspp-mode.el   TODO
    config.libpath  .gitignore           ltmain.sh       README
    config.rpath    gitlog-to-changelog  m4              README.CVS
    config.sub      gl                   Makefile.am     reloc-ldflags
    when I run that command. I'm confused!? I'm going to bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJWEcology
    I've started again and done everything word for word. Now then I have to
    enter this:

    ../configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc
    --bindir=/bin--with-gui-tools


    I just get "bash: ../configure: No such file or directory"

    I'm currently in: Obsidian:/home/rich/pspp_build/pspp # when I run that
    command. I'm confused!? I'm going to bed.
    Hi
    Did you run make -f Smake before the .configure?

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