Re: Stumbling while building lclient .8b-post
Nancy Deschenes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun, 18 Dec 1994 19:30:05 -0500
In message "Stumbling while building lclient .8b-post" on Dec 18, you write:
> I am trying to build my own lily client using the new sources (including
> autologin feature) on my Solaris 2.3 system with no luck.
> The problem arises in the 'readline' directory's first module which keeps
> looking for strings.h. So I decided that I needed to tell the readline
> code that we were sysv and to look for string.h. When I run configure, I
> cannot get it to complete successfully without complaining about
> install.sh which I can find nowhere.
> Can anyone offer suggestions? I would really like to compile it myself
> so I can set the default host and name of autologin file for our site.
I should have known readline would continue to cause problems!
There should be a program (c-shell script) called 'install' somewhere
on your system. Try 'man install' and there's a chance that it will
give you the full path of the 'install' program. Then, add that
directory to your path, and try 'configure' again.
If this doesn't work, I will try to provide you with the install.sh file,
even though it is not part of the distribution of readline. That will
probably mean a lot of researching, and may take a while.
I really, really, really HATE readline, but that's the best choice I
have so far...