STk-3.0 and Solaris 2.6

Nathaniel Dean (nated@caam.rice.edu)
Thu, 05 Mar 1998 19:27:44 -0600


I'm having trouble installing STk-3.0, and I'm guess it's because I'm
running Solaris 2.6. Has anyone tried installing it this way?
The configure seems to work fine. The error appears after I type make.

Nate Dean
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euler.caam.rice.edu% /bin/sh configure --prefix=ArchIndep
--exec-prefix=ArchDepend --enable-hash --enable-stklos
--disable-dynload

SUMMARY
*******
Your system is SUNOS5
C compiler used: /bin/cc
Compilation options: -O2
-n Dynamic loading is
disabled
You have choosed the following options
Multiple precision library: libgmp
Hash tables support: yes
Posix support: yes
STklos support: yes
Socket support: yes
Regexp support: yes
Process support: yes
Html support: yes
Pixmap Images support: yes

If this is correct, you can just type 'make' now at your shell prompt.
Otherwise, rerun configure with proper options (see the README file for
a description of STk configure options.)

euler.caam.rice.edu% make
make Tcl
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/nated/software/STk-3.0/Tcl'
make[1]: *** No rule to make target `libtcl.a'. Stop.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/nated/software/STk-3.0/Tcl'
make: *** [tcl] Error 2

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Computational and Applied Mathematics - MS 134
Rice University
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