#59 No such file or directory

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2009-11-18
2009-11-16
iysil
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After compiling Bristol 0.40.6 from source with the following ./configure flags:
--with-gnu-ld --disable-oss CFLAGS="-02 march=pentium3 -fomit-frame-pointer -pipe" CXXFLAGS="-02 march=pentium3 -fomit-frame-pointer -pipe"

And issuing "make install" as root; I get this error when running "startBristol" as a regular user:
bash: /usr/bin/startBristol: No such file or directory

However, startBristol is actually install in /usr/local/bin, and if I call it with the full path, it works (yes, /usr/local/bin is in my path):
After compiling Bristol 0.40.6 from source with the following ./configure flags:
--with-gnu-ld --disable-oss CFLAGS="-02 march=pentium3 -fomit-frame-pointer -pipe" CXXFLAGS="-02 march=pentium3 -fomit-frame-pointer -pipe"

And issuing "make install" as root; I get this error when running "startBristol" as a regular user:
bash: /usr/bin/startBristol: No such file or directory

However, startBristol is actually install in /usr/local/bin, and if I call it with the full path, it works (yes, /usr/local/bin is in my path):
/usr/local/bin/startBristol

Bristol rocks, thanks!

Discussion

  • iysil

    iysil - 2009-11-16

    I don't know what happened with my stupid browser, sorry about the double text...

    Where the text starts to repeat, it should just say:

    /usr/local/bin/startBristol

    Bristol rocks, thanks!

     
  • Nick Copeland

    Nick Copeland - 2009-11-17
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  • Nick Copeland

    Nick Copeland - 2009-11-17

    Hi Iysil,

    I don't see how these configure options would change the path issues but strange things do happen. Let me try a deinstall, rebuild, reinstall with the options you give here and see what happens on my system.

    Kind regards, nick

     
  • Nick Copeland

    Nick Copeland - 2009-11-18

    HI Iysil,

    I built and installed bristol with the same options (excepting the 'arch' as I don't have P3 here) and I did not see this issue. What you you get from output from the command 'echo $PATH' - does it show /usr/local/bin?

    Kind regards, nick.

     
  • iysil

    iysil - 2009-11-18

    $ echo $PATH
    /usr/kde/3.5/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/opt/bin:/usr/i486-pc-linux-gnu/gcc-bin/4.1.2:/usr/i686-pc-linux-gnu/gcc-bin/4.1.2:/usr/qt/3/bin:/usr/games/bin:/usr/local/bin:/opt/real/RealPlayer

    $ which startBristol
    /usr/local/bin/startBristol

    ...and I just tried "startBristol" again, and it works?! I didn't change anything. Before, I had to type the entire /path/file to get it to work... strange. Must have been some glitch on my system. Sorry for any false alarm, and thanks for the support anyhow =)

     
  • iysil

    iysil - 2009-11-18
    • status: open --> closed-invalid
     

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