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Old 10-23-2000, 01:27 PM   #1
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I wan to install a shopping cart script under corel linux a product of akopia (interchange) ... when i run ./configure i recieved error:
syntax error at line 555, near ") for" BEGIN not safe after error-compilation aborted make: xxx no targets
when i tried to run it on windows 98 platform using perl commands it works the first stage on installation and aborted when i proceed.. defenitely this will not be successful coz it must installl under linux platform. my question is.. i'm only a beginner... do i have to recompile or update the kernel or do i have to do some special settings for linux since i'm first time for this.. why is it in redhat the installation process is easy as cake.... i'll really appreciate it godspeed!


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