Hmm, install didn't quite make it.
./configure script doesn't exist. Took a look at the documentation on the MIT website & I think I just need to "make"
When I ran make there were a few warnings, but a Makefile was generated.
Ran checkinstall which failed with the following error:
========================= Installation results ===========================
make: *** No rule to make target `install'. Stop.
**** Installation failed. Aborting package creation.
Took a look at the Makefile & found the following information:
all: clean build
$(MAKE) build -C src/plugins/scratch/
$(MAKE) build -C src/plugins/unicode/
$(MAKE) build -C src/plugins/camera/
$(MAKE) clean -C src/plugins/scratch/
$(MAKE) clean -C src/plugins/unicode/
$(MAKE) clean -C src/plugins/camera/
Yup, no target defined there. I always thought that was ./configure's job...
As far as I'm concerned, Scratch can reside in /opt out the way. Is there a way that I can manually edit Makefile to provide checkinstall with that information?
Sorry this is straying from apt-related topic. Any advice appreciated.