Originally Posted by jlightner
The message is telling you "configure" itself is not in the current directory. (./ means "the current directory").
Restated: It isn't saying it can't find gcc or your source files - it's saying it can find the command "configure" itself.
I am a newbie if you can't tell. I am trying to see if I can move from Windows to Linux. I would consider myself to be a Windows power user. Now I am trying to become competent in Linux. With that said below are the contents of the driver source code folder. How do I go about compiling a driver from this source?
bmp.c* cups/ km_1.icm* km_ht_00.bmp* km_ht_03.bmp* km_ht_12.bmp* km_ht_21.bmp* kmlf.h* raster.h*
config.h* Install.txt* km_2.icm* km_ht_01.bmp* km_ht_10.bmp* km_ht_13.bmp* km_ht_22.bmp* kmlf.spec* rastertokmlf.c*
COPYING* km_0.icm* km_en.ppd.gz* km_ht_02.bmp* km_ht_11.bmp* km_ht_20.bmp* km_ht_23.bmp* Makefile*