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    tavisik NNTP User

    Default installing from source code - 'make' command not found

    Hi all,

    sorry for trivial question, but I have a small problem with installing from source code. I need to install some package, I run first step - 'configure' command from some build directory I've created. It seems that it finishes ok, but when I try to run next step, 'make' (or 'gmake'), bash reports 'command not found'.

    I have openSUSE 11.0 KDE 3.5 and autotools (automake_1.10.1 and autoconf_2.61) installed (by package manager).

    Thanks,
    Vlasta

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    Default Re: installing from source code - 'make' command not found

    Quote Originally Posted by tavisik View Post
    I have a small problem with installing from source code. I need to install some package, I run first step - 'configure' command from some build directory I've created. It seems that it finishes ok, but when I try to run next step, 'make' (or 'gmake'), bash reports 'command not found'.

    I have openSUSE 11.0 KDE and autotools (automake_1.10.1 and autoconf_2.61) installed (by package manager).
    Go to YaST > Software > Software Management , set the filter to "patterns" and install the pattern "Base develeopment"

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    tavisik NNTP User

    Default Re: installing from source code - 'make' command not found

    Great, it works, thanks! :-)

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