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OpenSUSE :: Error - Make Cannot Have Install Like Target


I want to install EVMS n machines with openSuse 11.2. The EVMS installation procedure (EVMS: Installation: Installing the EVMS Tools), point 3, says to do: "make install".
I'm in the correct folder, there is the file Makeinstall.ini, but just try to run the command I've an error (make cannot have install like target).

this is my output:

linux-vxth:/usr/src/evms-2.5.5 # ls
.makefile.swo INSTALL.initrd aclocal.m4 engine po
.makefile.swp Makefile.in autoconf include tests
COPYING PLUGIN.IDS config.h.in intl ui

[code]...

I tried too rename "Makefile.in" into "makefile" and "make.rules.in" into "make.rules", but then I have other problems


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