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[LDM #RDO-441889]: Problems installing the LDM distribution



Alan,

This sounds very odd.

Would you please send me a long listing of the top-level source-directory (i.e.,
"ls -l /Users/ldm/ldm-6.13.5/src").

> Description of problem: I have reached step 4, item E of the online tutorial 
> for LDM source code installation, but I am now running into an error with the 
> "make(1)" utility for installing the unpacked distribution.
> 
> Specifically, when I try "make install >make.log 2>&1" , the make.log file is 
> showing " *** No rule to make target 'install'. Stop."
> 
> From what I understand about the "make" command, it searches for a file named 
> "Makefile" (not Makefile.am or Makefile.in) that the command uses as an 
> argument. I tried using "make install -f Makefile.in" , so it's at least 
> trying to use Makefile.in , but I'm getting errors about "missing separator" 
> in different lines.
> 
> I tried commenting stuff out just to see how far I could get (the missing 
> separators were mostly involved with already made comments in the code.) It 
> got pretty far, but then could not recognize the SHELL = @SHELL@, returning 
> "No such file or directory".
> 
> I got rid of my edited Makefile.in and replaced with a clean one, so now I'm 
> back to normal for trying anything new.
> 
> Any help would be greatly appreciated; just for reference I am a graduate 
> student in physics at Florida Institute of Technology, setting up an LDM feed 
> solely for lightning data in our research lab.

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: RDO-441889
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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