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./configure => 'file not found'
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- Subject: ./configure => 'file not found'
- From: John.Velman@HSC.com
- Date: Fri, 30 Jul 1999 17:41:07 -0700
I had been using b19.x for some time, but finally decided to upgrade to b20.
gradually setting up things that I use regularly, but hadn't tried to compile
Finally, this afternoon I decided to test compiling with gnu hello.
But here is what happens (cut and paste from my bash session):
COPYING TAGS getopt1.c hello.info mkinstalldirs*
ChangeLog alloca.c gpl.texinfo hello.ky testdata
INSTALL configure* hello.c hello.pg texinfo.tex
Makefile.in configure.in hello.cp hello.texi version.c
NEWS getopt.c hello.cps hello.tp
README getopt.h hello.fn hello.vr
bash: ./configure: No such file or directory
On the other hand, I have a shell script set up to start emacs with the
want it to have, and when I invoke a copy of it with ./startemacs it works
(I'm on NT 4.0 SP3, and have replaced the original cygwin1.dll with the 19990115
I'm sure its something obvious, but I can't find it.
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