I'm installing normal scsh-0.4.4 on Solaris, using GNU make.
beshers@zippy>> uname -a
SunOS zippy.cs.columbia.edu 5.5.1 Generic sun4m
beshers@zippy>> whence make
Everything went fine for:
What did not work was my attempt to build multiple architectures in
First, I got this error message from configure:
mkdir: cannot make directory `scsh/regexp': No such file or directory
./config.status: scsh/regexp/Makefile: cannot create
I created the directory sun4_sos5/scsh/regexp, and configure finished.
Then make complained because scsh/machine was a symlink to ../solaris,
not ./solaris. I fixed that.
Then, make failed to find the ./cig directory, at which point I gave
I concluded that the INSTALL file is the standard one for configure,
and that you had probably never used this option, so I stopped.
If you expected this to work, I'm reporting that it didn't. If you
didn't expect it to work, I'm not.
Clifford Beshers Computer Graphics and User Interfaces Lab
firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Computer Science
http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~beshers Columbia University