[Mono-dev] Make install on Solaris 8
Gary M. Smithrud
gary.smithrud at haley.com
Tue Aug 23 11:08:46 EDT 2005
The issue is that the install-sh paths are wrong in some of the
generated make file (they are ./install-sh and when solaris version of
gmake gets there the working directory is at that location, so the file
is not found.) I do not know how this even works under Linux (anyone
try performing make install, or are the packages just produced?)
On Tue, 2005-08-23 at 09:05 +0100, Paul F. Johnson wrote:
> Hi Nit,
> > I am running make install after a successful compile, but the problem
> > is it keeps failing, and saying install-sh not found.
> install-sh should be in the root of the directory of each module (i.e.
> root of mono, root of gtk-sharp etc).
> A small favour. As you know, I have a page which details how to compile
> mono from source. It covers Win32, Linux, Mac but not Solaris. Any
> chance of a brief rundown on how to do it? You will, of course, be
> credited as the author.
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