Quote:> hi linux guru's
First of all, your questions doesn't seem to be related to Linux
+ networking. Another ng like comp.os.linux.misc or
comp.os.linux.setup would have been better suited.
Quote:> i have installed .tar.gz type file
> for example anjuta-1.1.97.tar.gz
> i copied this file to /opt then i unziped that file and extracted
> that file using the following comands
Don't put source there, use your own $HOME or /usr/local/src or
Quote:> gz -d anjuta-1.1.97.tar.gz
> tar -xvf anjuta-1.1.97 tar
'tar' has a switch "z" allowing it to gunzip in one go.
Quote:> then i chenaged the directory to /opt/anjuta-1.1.97
> from here i have run ./configure but i am not able to install i
> got the following errror
> checking wheather build envrionment ........ yes
> checking wheather sane......... yes
> checking wheather make set $[MAKE]..... yes
> checking for aclocal1-1.4..... missing
Missing package aclocal1
Quote:> checkig for autoconfig........missing
Missing package autoconfig
Quote:> checking for automake-1.4 .....missing
Missing package automake
Quote:> checking for makeinfo.........missing
Missing package makeinfo
And so on...
Quote:> checking for /usr/bin/perl
> checking for gcc ...... no
> checking for cc ...... no
> cheking for cl..... no
> configure error: no accptance for C compiler found in $ PATH
> what does it mean how to install and confiugre
Just what it says, configure is trying to build a Makefile
suitable for your system and can't find quite some thing needed
to compile that app. Install the missing packages and retry.
It is quite often easier to find a ready to go package suited for
your distro. Use your distro provided tools yum/urpmi or whatever
your distro provides, you don't mention.
Quote:> pls guide me
> one more quesiotn
> i have installed mozill rpm that also i am not able to run the
Try 'rpm -ql mozilla' to see where it was installed, presuming
you can't run it as you do not know where the executable is?
If you don't know the exact package name:
rpm -qa | grep -i mozilla
If you do have a file but don't know which package installed it:
rpm -qf /path/to/somefile
Try 'man rpm' there are quite some other useful switches you want
Quote:> i have installed yahoomessenger rpm . but i dont know how to run the
Same here, use your package manager to check where it has
rpm -ql <package_name>
Replace <package_name> with the actual name.
To query a package not installed you can use this:
rpm -qlip /path/to/package.rpm
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