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Old 06-13-2003, 02:03 AM   #1
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@autoheader@: Command Not Found

Trying to compile a Makefile, that I have had working before.
I am stuck at the mo cos when I use automake, I need to change AC_CONFIG_HEADER to AM_CONFIG_HEADER before it will work. Autoheader, which I need to make my file needs it to stay AC_CONFIG_HEADER. When I run autoheader, then change, then do automake (which works), my make comes up with the command /bin/sh: line 1: @AUTOHEADER@: COMMAND NOT FOUND. So I can't make. What can I do to make this work?
Thanks in advance.


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