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Re: Incomplete Sentences

The first line was a transcription error on my part. All below the first
line is a direct paste of the output.  The first line was supposed to show
what I typed in to kick off the script.  As you correctly indicated, I
actually typed "make install" to kick it off.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Barry McMullin" <mcmullin@eeng.dcu.ie>
To: "Patrick Gordon" <pcgordon@mediaone.net>
Cc: <mcmullin@eeng.dcu.ie>
Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2002 4:06 AM
Subject: Re: Incomplete Sentences

> On Tue, 12 Feb 2002, Patrick Gordon wrote:
> > [...] We spent an hour stepping
> > through the Makefile trying to determine why we are getting the "command
> > found" error in the make process as shown here:
> >
> > # makefile install
> Is this a direct paste from your screen? (If so, I don't
> understand it: the command to make is "make", not "makefile"?)
> [...]
> > /usr/local/irqtune/sbin/irqtune -i simple /sbin /usr/local/irqtune
> > make[1]: /usr/local/irqtune/sbin/irqtune: Command not found
> You say that /usr/local/irqtune/sbin/irqtune is present and does
> appear to be an executable.  Did you try "manually" executing the
> command above, in the sbin directory, i.e.:
> /usr/local/irqtune/sbin/irqtune -i simple /sbin /usr/local/irqtune
> If so what happens?
> Cheers,
> - Barry.

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