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 how to compile libvolume_id-0.71.0?
Author: parv 
Date:   30-03-07 22:44

I downloaded libvolume_id-0.71.0 from http://www.marcuscom.com/downloads/libvolume_id-0.71.0.tar.bz2.
But when I wanted to compile this package, I found there was no
configure file in it. There is only one Makefile and the rest are .c and .h
I could not run make to compile it and here's the error message:

" CC " ext.o
/bin/sh: CC : command not found
make: *** [ext.o] Error 127

I opened Makefile but found it was already configured because many variables
apparently should have their values according to the environment/system.
For example, I have no way to tell what kind of value "CC" should have,
what is ${SHLIB", and so on.

Am I missing anything? This is the first time I downloaded a package from
bsd site, so maybe by default the configure and other files are already given
or reside somewhere in the system?

Thanks for your help

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 cannot find configure file Re: how to compile libvolume_id-0.71.0?
Author: parv 
Date:   30-03-07 22:45

I forgot to include "cannot find configure file" in the title

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 Re: cannot find configure file Re: how to compile libvolume_id-0.71.0?
Author: Dan 
Date:   30-03-07 23:00

tried gcc instead of cc? I don't know.

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 Re: how to compile libvolume_id-0.71.0?
Author: edhunter 
Date:   25-06-07 08:47

may be with gmake?

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