You need to run command (make distclean) for cleaning all files created
by configure and others created by a make, the install-sh file is a soft
link to /gnu-autools/share/automake-1.9/install-sh generated by
configure. After that you need reconfigure or to run in gsdl directory
./configure --prefix=GSDLHOMEDIR --enable-z3950 to enable z39.50 client
support, but I recommend that you backup your collect directory and
recompile against from the source distribution.
Sorry for my English
Date: Mon, 01 May 2006 16:43:02 -0500
From: Beth Nicol <email@example.com>
Subject: [greenstone-devel] recompiling for Z3950
To: Greenstone Dev Mailing List
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I am attempting to rebuild gs 2.70 on redhat linux with z3950 enabled.
The server for this project is my test box, which already has yaz-2.1.16
installed. What are the repercussions of rebuilding using the yaz-2.1.4
toolkit in the gs packages directory?
Also - when I run configure (from the packages directory) it fails with
Configuring IsisGdl (CDS/ISIS database reader)
configure: error: cannot find install-sh or install.sh in ../.. ./../..
I noticed that the Install.txt (in the src directory) and in the wiki
docs say to run configure from the src directory. However, the only
configure script I can locate is in src/packages -
Any light/clues would be appreciated.