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I recently installed Mandrake Linux 9.1. I was looking at the C++ IDE that came with it, KDevelope.
I have my HDs set up so my 10Gig is partitioned into 2 partitoins. One for the WIndows OS, and one for the Linux OS. That left me wiht my other HD, which is 112Gigs and used tha FAT32 file system. I wanted to use this as storage for both OS's.
However, when I try to create a project that is on the D: drive (the big one) I get the following error in the warning window:
ln: creating symbolic link `admin/libtool.m4.in' to `old-libtool.m4.in': Operation not permitted
ln: creating symbolic link `admin/ltcf-c.sh' to `old-ltcf-c.sh': Operation not permitted
ln: creating symbolic link `admin/ltcf-cxx.sh' to `old-ltcf-cxx.sh': Operation not permitted
ln: creating symbolic link `admin/ltcf-gcj.sh' to `old-ltcf-gcj.sh': Operation not permitted
ln: creating symbolic link `admin/ltconfig' to `old-ltconfig': Operation not permitted
ln: creating symbolic link `admin/ltmain.sh' to `old-ltmain.sh': Operation not permitted
make: *** [cvs] Error 1
make: *** [all] Error 2
sh: line 1: ./configure: No such file or directory
It creates the project based on the template, a standard "Hello, World" program. When I try to run it, I get another error.
"You want to build your project by running 'make'but there is no Mkefile in this directory."
It says I can Build->Configure which give me the following error in the warning window:
"/bin/sh: line 1: ./configure: No such file or directory
*** failed ***"
OR I can use Project->Options->MakeOptions which opens a Konsole and says:
"bash: line 1: ./testproject: No such file or directory"
I have no idea what to try anymore. Maybe there is a setting somewhere that I need changed? I tried creating and compiling the project while logged on as Root and as a User, but niether seemed to have any effect. When I try to compile and run a project that is located on the Linux HD, it works perfectly. Is there someone that could help me?