"-o: command not found" during make of ScicosLab

Hi all,
during installation of ScicosLab 4.3 from sources under openSUSE 11.1 I need to do a “make all” and during that it stops with:

**** some hundred successful lines ****
/bin/sh: line 7: -o: command not found
make: *** [bin/scilex] Error 127

What is the best method to find out where the problem is?
Which file could be meant by “line 7”?
There is a bundle of Makefile and Makefile.incl and Makefile.incl.in and so on, I’m totally lost here…
From my coding knowledge it looks like the output option -o of a gcc command execution is pointing to nowhere. Or it is a splitted multiline which now starts with the “-o” as command - but this is only a guess?

For some reason, the gfortran compiler was not proper installed. I
found a file /usr/bin/gfortran-4.3 installed by some SuSe package, but
no /usr/bin/gfortran

So I linked it over:
“sudo ln -s /usr/bin/gfortran-4.3 /usr/bin/gfortran”

Now it compiles behind this point.

Many thanks to jpc for the hint to modify the config/Makefile.linux file

This softlink is created by gcc-fortran, so you just need to include
gcc43-fortran and gcc-fortran in your build requirements.

Cheers Malcolm °¿° (Linux Counter #276890)
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