^ please post error messages and maybe someone will be able to figure out your problem.
this seems kinda' site specific so maybe only the developer that made your code can debug it.
not sure what command you are trying to run or what server you are trying to restart but i know that redhat has a service
command used for often-used services. the syntax is like:
/sbin/service sshd restart
Originally Posted by Lordlava
...I am trying to run Make on the server to compile the changes I copied there. I was also trying to start/stop the application for the changes to take effect.
^ i dont think Make
is a valid command (unless it is something you created site specific).
are you sure you are not trying to run make
also, i dont know what you are trying to install but tarball installers usually work by:
to extract it:
tar -xvjf <filename>
tar -xvzf <filename>
substitute <filename> with the actual filename you want to extract. cd to that directory then
./configure && make && sudo make install