Are you using ~ as your home directory? In sh you have to use $HOME.Quote:>+ i'm trying to compile some programs on a sparc ultra/30 running
>solaris 2.5.1; for most of the programs, there aren't any problems. for a
>couple, though, i've been getting errors back during the running of
>configure and make to the effect of 'xxx does not exist' or 'xxx is not a
>valid directory', when in every case xxx _is_ a valid directory (or at
>least, it appers to me to be a valid directory, into which i can cd,
>etc.). after a few days of this, i finally noticed that all of these
>errors are listed as coming from sh. since i normally work in zsh and
--Quote:>ksh, i tried running the bourne shell and then cd-ing into one of the
>problem directories; sure enough, i get the same errors. is there some
>reason that sh would not be able to recognize a dir that zsh/ksh can?
> -- sweth.
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