I have installed some packets before and they went quite well. Now I'll tried to install game called "Frozen bubble" and there were these two things that I don't unterstand yet.
>[*] First, build Frozen-Bubble and provide the prefix where the
>game will be installed (most probably /usr or /usr/local).
>make OPTIMIZE="my_arch_opt_flags" PREFIX="my_prefix"
>[*] Second, install the files on the system.
> - if you're root (case when you build a Debian package, or
> when you build it locally on your own machine), you will
> choose the same prefix location than for previous step
>make install PREFIX="my_prefix"
> - if you're not root (case when you build a RPM package), you
> need to install to a temporary directory where you have
> write access
>make install PREFIX="/home/my_home/tmp/my_buildroot"
> Then an external program such as RPM will collect the
> installed files and write the package.
Would somebody tell me what are these "OPTIMIZE" and "PREFIX" things means?
Edit: The "Frozen Bubble" is there in Mandrakes CD's, the searchword was bad at the first time. Still I want to know these "OPTIMIZE" and "PREFIX" things.
Last edited by rogk; 07-25-2004 at 04:22 AM.