I just installed SUSE 10.0 and I wanted to try out enlightenment 17. I found that I'd need to use cvs to get the most recent beta but when I tried to use the command line tool it wasn't there! Fine, I moved on and decided that I'd just use their secondary, though possibly rather out-dated, download resource. That went well until I got to the configuration stage of installing from source.
I gather you're supposed to do this at the command line to install from source (more or less):
tar xvzf <file>
Everything went fine and dandy until I tried to use ./configure. Here's what I get everytime
I try to use ./configure:
bash: ./configure: No such file or directory
I assume that this must be user error or some misinterpretation of what I'm reading about compiling from source.