Re: Kermit installation question
From: "Philfree" <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2003 18:19:44 +0200
> You can't find "make" or "Makefile"? If make(1) is installed on your
> computer, it's propably in /usr/bin, and also in your PATH. I don't
> know your flavour of unix, but do you have some administration tools
> you can use to see if you have make(1) installed, and if so, where?
I use sco Unix openserver 5.0.5, and the "make" command is not on my system.
Is there anyway to get it ??
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