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bash: ./configure: No such file or directory #47

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ashishdoneriya opened this Issue Jun 24, 2016 · 6 comments

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ashishdoneriya commented Jun 24, 2016

When i run ./configure, it says
bash: ./configure: No such file or directory

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hean01-cendio commented Aug 22, 2016

There are instructions in the README file with the source package, how to build rdesktop from source.

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ashishdoneriya commented Aug 22, 2016

I followed the instructions in the README file. It says first you have to run the command "./configure". It means it wants us to execute a script named as "configure" which doesn't exists in the entire project.

So either readme is wrong or you have forget to put configure script.

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hean01-cendio commented Aug 22, 2016

This is found in readme:

Note for users building from source

If you have retreived a snapshot of rdesktop source, you will first
need to run ./bootstrap in order to generate the build infrastructure.
This is not necessary for release versions of rdesktop.

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ashishdoneriya commented Aug 22, 2016

Now I'm getting this error
./bootstrap: 3: ./bootstrap: autoreconf: not found

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hean01-cendio commented Aug 23, 2016

Ok, you need to install following packages for the build environment:

  • gcc, make, autoconf, automake
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karugara commented Sep 21, 2018

just run on the prompt ------------- ./nameoftheapp ------------ inside the same folder after extracted and it works!

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