usually you execute
inside the udpcast source directory to have the makefile build.
This step seems to be missing on the udpcast homepage. However, this
step is quite common when building something from source, so remind it
for future projects.
Since you are using a Debian based OS, if you get complaints of
missing stuff while executing ./configure or make, you can simply
sudo apt-get build-dep udpcast
and have everything fetched by apt.
Have fun with udpcast.
On 7/25/07, Jon Miller <jmiller7(a)gmail.com> wrote:
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 (
). I 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 was
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
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