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Re: Another Newbie with questions

> Are you using the GNU version of the make utility? The error message
> appears to indicate that make was having difficulty interpreting the
> wildcards used in the makefile, which have been specified according to a
> convention which I know GNU make supports (I am not sure whether it also
> works with other versions).
> Try downloading GNU make from ftp.gnu.org, installing it (for example in
> /usr/local/bin), setting the PATH environment variable so that GNU make
> will be run in preference to the existing version, and then compiling
> Emacspeak.

On FreeBSD the usual way to install GNU make is to use the port/package
(/usr/ports/devel/gmake/) and run it as "gmake".
Trevor Johnson

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