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Old 05-25-2012, 05:12 AM   #1
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airprobe/gsm-receiver ./ no such file or directory no input data

Hi fellows,

I am trying to compile airprobe/gsm-receiver following this German HOWTO:

like this: cd airprobe
cd gsm-receiver
make install

make gives back an error-message that ./ does not exist so i put that file into the gsm-receiver path


but without success gcc doesn't find this file:

How can I fix that problem? Oh by the way I am not a programmer.

Kind regards and many thanks in advance

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