[SOLVED] configure: error: cannot find install-sh or install.sh in . ./.. ./../..
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Distribution: Slint64-14.2rc on Lenovo Thinkpad W520
Instructions are in the doc directory:
To compile avra you need gcc and the automake utilities. These will create a ./configure script that evaluates your system enviroment. To get the AVRA executable, you have to issue the following commands:
aclocal autoconf automake -a ./configure make && make install
I tried, it works but 'make' returned missing files, so you'll have to make some adjustments to the Makefile, I guess.
Thanks, ponce. This is a bit odd. I downloaded the previous version (http://sourceforge.net/projects/avra/files/) and it already has, along with the sources, avra, the executable file (it's an assembler for the AVR family of Atmel microcontrollers). I ran it and it works. But there are no manuals. Instead, the new version, the one I ran first, has a 'Build' file that says:
# AVRA Build and Release helper script
# source this in the root directory of avra and then invoke one of the
# functions to create a release. This is very hackish, but makes life easier.
VERSION="1.3.0" # Change to new version
OS_TYPE="source" # Change to linux, mingw32, apple or source
# This doesn't normaly have to be changed ...
I think this is intended for developers or hackers and not people like me.
That's what `bootstrap' is for : aclocal && autoconf && automake -a
( Please read the "text file" bootstrap.)
This will do : $ sh bootstrap
... and the links to /usr/share/automake*/install-sh etc. etc. are created.
EDIT : Beaten by @ Didier Spaier.
I donot have a file bootstrap. I ran, in a second try, the three commands, which are not mention in the <root_dir>/INSTALL, but are mentioned in <root_dir>/doc/README.txt. But then make failed, complaining ... exactly what happened to Didier.
'cd src && make -f makefiles/Makefile.linux' seems to be the magic invocation.
It worked! But this package serious flaws. The include files, which has hundreds of definitions without which writing a source program (assembler) would be very tiresome, has directives beginning with '#', like #ifndef, #define, #pragma, which seem to belong to C but not to the assembler language. I will delete those directives and use it anyways. And best, I see in the Atmel site if I can get some new assembler, though they are all for Windows.