#20 Final install step

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2003-04-25
2003-04-22
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Installing Regina 3.1 on AIX 4.3.3 system. Ran the
following:
configure --prefix=/usr/REXX
make

Additionally, files were created in /usr/REXX/Regina-3.1,
nothing more in /usr/REXX

Final step after compile according to INSTALL seems to
be install. What is the command to initiate this. I am
not that familiar with AIX development functions.

Thanks, TDJ

Discussion

  • Mark Hessling

    Mark Hessling - 2003-04-25

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    I'm a bit confused by the steps you carried out here.

    In which directory did you extract the source distribution ?

    It sounds like you are suggesting that after the "configure"
    and "make" commands, that files appeared in
    /usr/REXX/Regina-3.1

    To install, run "make install" from the same directory where
    you ran the "configure" and "make" commands.

    The only way I can see the above behaviour happening, is
    that you extracted the source distribution in /usr/REXX, and
    that you ran "configure" from /usr/REXX/Regina-3.1.

    Please respond with more information so the issue can be
    resolved one way or another.

     
  • Mark Hessling

    Mark Hessling - 2003-04-25
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  • Terry D. Jones

    Terry D. Jones - 2003-04-25

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    I placed the tar file in /usr/REXX. When I extracted it created
    and placed all files in /usr/REXX/Regina-3.1. I ran the
    configure and make commands from that directory. The make
    command created files in /usr/REXX/Regina-3.1. So now if I
    understand I need to run "make install". Should there be a
    file named "install" somewhere. I don't find it. There is a
    file "install-sh". When I run this command I expect
    executables to be placed in /usr/REXX. Is that correct?
    There is nothing in this directory yet except the Regina-3.1
    directory. Sorry about the simple questions. I'm am S/390
    old dog trying to learn new(?) tricks.

     

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