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compiling 'make' w/o 'make' (?)

Now that I am trying to install Debian from a CD, I found that the
network  card was not supported,  I read that some dude had found a
driver for the NIC in a MSI-M662 laptot, I myself don't know what kind
of NIC is in this machine, I am going by what the dude claims.
for that I need to have 'make', but this machine does not have the
that I also have to build this program using 'make'.
As you can see I am in a vicious circle, can anyone help me get out of
it.

TIA


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jamiil wrote:
> for that I need to have 'make', but this machine does not have the
> that I also have to build this program using 'make'.
> As you can see I am in a vicious circle, can anyone help me get out of
> it.

Install the C development tools for whatever distribution you're
currently running.

Chris

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cbf123 (182)
11/8/2007 9:42:36 PM
On Nov 8, 12:51 pm, jamiil <jalqa...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Now that I am trying to install Debian from a CD, I found that the
> network  card was not supported,  I read that some dude had found a
> driver for the NIC in a MSI-M662 laptot, I myself don't know what kind
> of NIC is in this machine, I am going by what the dude claims.
> for that I need to have 'make', but this machine does not have the
> that I also have to build this program using 'make'.
> As you can see I am in a vicious circle, can anyone help me get out of
> it.

GNU make comes with a shell script to compile it, for exactly this

Also, since this is Debian, you should be able to get a precompiled
package of make.  Try running "apt-get install make" or "apt-get
install gmake".


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fjblurt (147)
11/8/2007 10:06:33 PM
On Thu, 08 Nov 2007 14:06:33 -0800, fjblurt wrote:

>
> GNU make comes with a shell script to compile it, for exactly this
> reason.  If you'd read the README file you'd have seen this.
>
> Also, since this is Debian, you should be able to get a precompiled
> package of make.  Try running "apt-get install make" or "apt-get
> install gmake".

I don't think he has network working, so he prolly cant make apt-get work?

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stonerfish (296)
11/9/2007 6:46:10 AM
On Nov 8, 10:46 pm, jellybean stonerfish <stonerf...@geocities.com>
wrote:
> On Thu, 08 Nov 2007 14:06:33 -0800, fjblurt wrote:
>
> > GNU make comes with a shell script to compile it, for exactly this
> > reason.  If you'd read the README file you'd have seen this.
>
> > Also, since this is Debian, you should be able to get a precompiled
> > package of make.  Try running "apt-get install make" or "apt-get
> > install gmake".
>
> I don't think he has network working, so he prolly cant make apt-get work?

apt-get will also fetch from the installation CD, which probably has
make on it.


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fjblurt (147)
11/9/2007 8:51:07 AM
On Fri, 09 Nov 2007 00:51:07 -0800, fjblurt wrote:

> On Nov 8, 10:46 pm, jellybean stonerfish <stonerf...@geocities.com>
> wrote:
>>
>> I don't think he has network working, so he prolly cant make apt-get work?
>
> apt-get will also fetch from the installation CD, which probably has
> make on it.

Oh, I thought maybe the build essentials were not on the cd.

never mind

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stonerfish (296)
11/9/2007 3:29:15 PM
On Nov 9, 7:29 am, jellybean stonerfish <stonerf...@geocities.com>
wrote:
> On Fri, 09 Nov 2007 00:51:07 -0800, fjblurt wrote:
> > On Nov 8, 10:46 pm, jellybean stonerfish <stonerf...@geocities.com>
> > wrote:
>
> >> I don't think he has network working, so he prolly cant make apt-get work?
>
> > apt-get will also fetch from the installation CD, which probably has
> > make on it.
>
> Oh, I thought maybe the build essentials were not on the cd.
>
> never mind


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11/24/2007 12:05:09 AM

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