I am trying to create a version of code in a bigger project that is by itself. I know the code runs in the bigger project and believe my problem is in the makefile. The makefile is trying to create RegEx.o from RegEx.h which includes GSUtils, which includes unistd.h.
I have the source for a linux-based program, but trying to run in Win7 environment. I found software called "mingw32" and msys that can compile linux source to win7 using makefile.in (included with source).
I am trying to install the driver for the Broadcom BCM43142 on Tails 1.1. I am trying to follow the guide at Linux World. My laptop (Sony Vaio Flip SVF14N13CXB) has an Intel i5, 64-bit processer, so I downloaded the files from the Broadcom website for linux. I gunzip'd and untar'd the files. I got a Makefile and the lib and src folders. I ran chmod +x ./Makefile then ./Makefile.
can i run a command like "beep" or "paplay ..." when the lessc compiler has errors? If how do i do it?
I am running this in background and have a script checking folder for changes, if something changes this makefile is executed. I don't have a 2nd monitor and i don't want the console to be always on top.
I am trying to learn a little about Linux kernel programming, and after trying a tutorial i am completely stuck.
My makefile is complaining about some sort of "Command not found" error (error 127), so it won't compile it.
I tried searching for a solution, but nothing came up. So I thought I'd try to ask here.
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.
But there is about 3 makefile files (Makefile.in, Makefile.check and makefile.ms)... I am stuck here, i really need this emulator.
I also tried 'make -f Makefile' but same problem.
I want to add a file hstest.c which comes with bluez package but not by default added to the makefile to the sources that are compiled with the buid system.
I read about makefiles and autotools but now I am hesitant to make changes to the makefiles. Should I modify the makefile.am and then run automake or just change the makefile.in or the makefile itself ? and how ?