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1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
This may be stup*d question for you, but i am new in unix and i wonder how can i make the rules for translating and linking my .c "primjer1.c", "primjer2.c" and "primjer3.c" in makefile.
Thank you. (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: jskako
2. Homework & Coursework Questions
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data:
Basically, the prompt is make a makefile with various sub makefiles in their respective subdirectories. All code... (1 Reply)
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I have a firts makefile who call others makefile. for this i use:
$ make -f linux.mak
and output his:
$ make -f linux.mak all
make -C DerelictAL all PLATFORM=linux
make: Entering directory `/home/builder/rpmbuild/SOURCES/derelict2-20100407/DerelictAL'
make: Nothing to be done for... (2 Replies)
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
Hi, I have problem related to makefile in c in linux(ubuntu).
What is the meaning of @prefix@
what this two @ symbols mean here?
Vivek (0 Replies)
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5. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Hi, I'm trying to run the module load command in a Makefile and i'm getting the following error:
make: module: command not found
Why is this? Is there any way to run this command in a Makefile?
NOTE: command - module load msjava/sunjdk/1.5.0 works fine outside of the Makefile (2 Replies)
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6. High Performance Computing
I am new to creating makefiles.
I have several fortran programs in a folder called as "test" and also have several subroutines in another folder (which is inside this test folder) called as libry
My makefile is in the folder "test"
I want to create a makefile which can access the files in... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: explorer
I m using SUN Studiuo11 compiler.There is problem while building Makefile.
I got error as dmake:fetal error command failed for target
plz help me. (7 Replies)
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8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I've searched for makefile in Google and read the pages and tried, but can't seem to understand or get the results as shown in the examples. Can someone help on this?
i normally compile my c files like this
gcc sampleFile.c -o sampleFile
how do I use makefile now instead? (4 Replies)
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm new to the admin world, and I'm trying to install the GNU C Compiler to work on my project.
I got the source code, and was able to configure it. Most of the info I've read tells me the next step is to run a command called "make". when I run it, I get a "command not found" message. I've... (4 Replies)
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10. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Can anyone tell me what does ?= do
VARIABLE ?= /somepath
This is being used in makefile (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: raagbansal
xmkmf - create a Makefile from an Imakefile
xmkmf [-a] [topdir[curdir]]
The xmkmf command is the normal way to create a Makefile from an Imakefile shipped with third-party software.
When invoked with no arguments in a directory containing an Imakefile, the imake program is run with arguments appropriate for your system
(configured into xmkmf when X was built) and generates a Makefile.
When invoked with the -a option, xmkmf builds the Makefile in the current directory, and then automatically executes "make Makefiles" (in
case there are subdirectories), "make includes", and "make depend" for you. This is the normal way to configure software that is outside
the X Consortium build tree.
If working inside the X Consortium build tree (unlikely unless you are an X developer, and even then this option is never really used), the
topdir argument should be specified as the relative pathname from the current directory to the top of the build tree. Optionally, curdir
may be specified as a relative pathname from the top of the build tree to the current directory. It is necessary to supply curdir if the
current directory has subdirectories, or the Makefile will not be able to build the subdirectories. If a topdir is given, xmkmf assumes
nothing is installed on your system and looks for files in the build tree instead of using the installed versions.