I am, obviously, a newbe with Linux and have to build the source code for a text-to-speech application (Flite). I am a member on a senior project team where the project is to assemble a handfull of applications together and then port them to a development board which is linux based so we are running the desktop with Linux to speak to the board.
Currently running Fedora
In the last step of this chain of apps we run a TTS (Flite-1.3 from CMU). Where I am getting lost is building the Flite source code into an executable program.
The documentation is pretty much limited to:
tar zxvf flite-XXX.tar.gz
So I extract the .tar.gz with ARK to a folder, open that folder and launch the terminal. In the Terminal I ran the "./configure" and then "make".
After "make" it came back with the command line and I did not see anything that explicitly looked like an error.
Now what do I do? After "make" I still need to complie right? Where should I look for the file(s) which I need to compile?
Thanks for any help