Fri Nov 16 07:55:00 GMT 2001
As you are probably aware I don't know much about C installation, so here's
another straightforward question:
I initially had a make.exe file in /usr/ccs/bin/ that must have come into
existence during my SUNWspro installation.
I want to generate a new make.exe file, using the gnu source files. I downloaded
them onto my Solaris machine.
Now, I was under the impression that if I ran the ./configure file a new
make.exe file would be generated. Is that right?
I have run the script and it doesn't generate a new make.exe file (though it
generates a Makefile in ..glob/.
How do I generate a make.exe file, if the above is not the right way.
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