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Old 11-05-2012, 06:25 AM   #1
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/bin/sh: 1: / not found

I am using kubuntu.I was trying to install the DAISY library.(

While doing make install-slib I am getting an error as follows:

------------------ creating tag entries

/bin/sh: 1: / not found
make: *** [tags] Error 127.

What may be the reason for it? And how can I get it rectified?

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> daisy-1.8.1.tar.gz

First : Find or write a script by name "". Examples :

Copy the script to daisy-1.8.1/ . Make the script executable.
Make a copy of the original 'makefile', e.g. makefile-lib .
Edit 'makefile-lib' line 82 to :

Delete src/main.cpp in makefile-lib, line 28. Ref. the file 'usage' 2.

And edit line 10 to your preferred install directory, like /home/dibyamohanty/daisy/usr/
.. Or /usr/local/ , if you want a system wide install.

1) make : Creates the binary 'daisy'
2) make library -f makefile-lib : Creates libdaisy.a
3) make slib -f makefile-lib : Creates

4) make install-slib -f makefile-lib
4a) If /usr/local/ : sudo make install-slib -f makefile-lib
4b) sudo cp daisy /usr/local/bin/

P.S. : I have no idea how to use the application.


Last edited by knudfl; 11-05-2012 at 11:24 AM.
Old 11-06-2012, 01:14 AM   #3
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Thanks knudfl.Now it's working. Actually DAISY is an image descriptor which I am using in my research work which involves facial feature extraction. Anyways, thanks again. :-)


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