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Thanks for the reply. Turns out I had downloaded and build that latest
version of udpcast on 6/5, but hadn't copied it to the new alpha version. I
build the programs on a P4, but build the image files on an AMD64 system.
I've just added ntfs-write access g4l, so it can do backups to an ntfs partition
locally, and have been working on making ntfsclone backups locally as well,
but have a little problem. It seems to be able to create a ntfsclone backup to
a fat32 partition using split since the size is bigger than fat32 supports, but it
then freezes, but the files will then restore with no erros. Doing the local
backup to an ext3 partition has no problem.
Also, looking at being able to add write access to a LVM partition, but
haven't figured out how to add that support. Added lvm.static, and could get
it to see the LVM, but not mount it.
On 26 Jul 2007 at 14:59, Jon Miller wrote:
> Thank you both, Jens and Michael. I was missing some dependencies as you both
> was able to compile it today without a problem. What a coincidence that you replied
> was actually updating the udpcast binaries in G4L (terrific project btw!) for
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> I had a question about compiling udpcast from source.I am inexperienced
> with Linux, so I am probably doing something wrong.I downloaded
> udpcast-20070602.tar.gz as listed on the site (
followed the steps to extract the
> file to a folder and changed to that directory.However, when I typed the
> make command, it says "make: *** No targets specified and no makefile
> found. Stop.".This is under Ubuntu 6.10.
> I also tried "make --file=./Makefile.in" thinking that it might be what
> needed but got a different error (CC@: Command not found &Error 127).Can
> you help me figure out what I am doing wrong?
> Thanks for the project!I am hoping to implement this at a university to
> replace Ghost.
> -Jonathan M