OpenSUSE :: Error - Make Cannot Have Install Like Target
Aug 18, 2010
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
I tried too rename "Makefile.in" into "makefile" and "make.rules.in" into "make.rules", but then I have other problems
I am relatively new to linux and am running into a problem. I just got a new laptop and need to configure/install it's wireless driver but am getting an error when running "make". The error is: make: Entering directory `/lib/modules/184.108.40.206-1.2-desktop/build' make: *** No rule to make target `modules'. Stop.
I have scoured these forums and know that others have the same issue (when configuring other drivers/programs). I am sorry if this post is redundant. It sounds like the Makefile is pointing to the wrong directory. I am using opensuse 11.4, have make and gcc installed. My kernel is linux-220.127.116.11-1.2 (I just re-installed the desktop kernel to make sure it was up to date). The driver I am trying to install is located here: AUR (en) - rtl8192ce.
Another forum suggests pointing somewhere in the /usr/src/linux-18.104.22.168-1.2 directory instead. Is this correct? Should I be pointing to a folder within this? I am not a programmer but any description about what I am actually putting in this directory and why would be awesome (so I can learn a bit more). Or just helping me solve the problem would be great too.
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*edit Nevermind I think I found it on YAST * I have been having trouble finding the "make command":If 'make' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it, like this: cnf makeI need to install 'make', 'g++', and all other building tools for suse.
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