Re: [greenstone-devel] Greenstone security

From Paul Afroilan
Date18 Aug 2003 10:31:36 +0800
Subject Re: [greenstone-devel] Greenstone security
In-Reply-To (3F401758-8060203-cs-waikato-ac-nz)
I finally got it to work! John was right, there was a space after "", I
must have accidentally put it there when editing the Makefile file.
Thanks everyone for the big help =)


On Mon, 2003-08-18 at 08:01, John R. McPherson wrote:
> Paul Afroilan wrote:
> > Hello John,
> >
> > Sorry about that, I compiled the source under RedHat Linux 9.0, I tried
> > "gmake" as you suggested but the same error appeared. I already read and
> > followed the hints given in the greenstone website unfortunately the
> > same problem persists.
> >
> Well, it sounds like your version of make doesn't like the Makefile.
> Can you tell us what version of gnu make ships with red hat 9?
> Try doing "$ make --version". We have 3.79.
> In the gsdl/packages/Makefile file, lines 50-52 are:
> PACKAGEDIRS = wv/wv-gs rtftohtml/rtftohtml_src pdftohtml/pdftohtml_0_34
> wget/wget-1.5.3 cpan/XML-Parser-2.27 $(YAZ) $(CORBA)
> xlhtml/xlhtml-
> Make seems to be complaining that the last line is being parsed as a
> makefile command, rather than as part of the variable.
> Check that there isn't a space after the "" in either of the proceeding
> lines. Alternatively, remove the space between the PACKAGEDIRS and the
> equals sign. That shouldn't be a problem, but you never know...
> Also, you could tell us what options the configure script was run with.
> Do "$ ./config.status --version" from the top level "gsdl" directory.
> John McPherson