Originally posted by muzicman82
It wasn't listed to do that in the instructions.... but I tried it anyway and that isn't a valid command...
Sorry about the late reply,
configure should show up as an executable file in the directory where you savfe your source files. the "./" is necessary because this directory is more than likely to NOT be in the current PATH statement. (the "./" says run the file in this directory).
Look for "configure" and run it if you've got it. Otherwise point me to where you found these files and I'll go for a looksee myself.