I can run the same sequence here successfully, I notice that the first
output from make is this:
=== include ===
make: Nothing to be done for `default'.
=== libxfs ===
I am running:
Autoconf version 2.13
GNU Make version 3.79.1
both from redhat 7
I seem to recall there being one more package involved in the config process,
but I cannot remember what it is.
I suspect this is an autoconf or make version issue. The folks who work
on this are in Australia, so it will be a few hours before they can respond.
but that line does look wierd.
> First I apologize for not keeping the same thread going here. I'm on
> different machines today and can't use reply.
> I wrote earlier:
> > When I try to build anything in cmd/* the build fails. I do:
> > autoconf
> > configure --prefix=/usr
> > make
> I know 'make' should do all this but I wanted to specify --prefix (wasn't
> sure what the default is).
> > Make dies with:
> > root@growler:/usr/src/linux-2.4-xfs/cmd/xfsprogs# make
> > === include ===
> > gcc: default: No such file or directory
> > make: *** [default] Error 1
> I am using Slackware 7.1. make --version = GNU Make version 3.79. I had
> to link kgcc to gcc (egcs-2.91.66) to build the kernel (which built fine).
> I built the xfsprogs without problem with the beta release. This is from
> last night cvs.
> The first rule in cmd/xfsprogs/Makefile is
> default: $(CONFIGURE)
> ifeq ($(HAVE_BUILDDEFS), no)
> $(MAKE) -C . $@
> and then later down:
> install: default
> It looks like make is trying to build a file called 'default' which in
> cmd/xfsprogs/include/Makefile is the first rule:
> default install :
> the above line looks wrong?
> James Rich