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Red Hat Version 6.2

By teo ·
I have installed red hat version 6.2 on my notebook. I am using d-link dfe650 pcmcia card. I have installed the kernel from the red hat cd rom. I have tar the pcmcia-cs-3.3.15.tar.gz to the /usr/src. Using ./Configure to configure the script. It said sucessfully after answering a few questions. I then used make all. An error message 'bash : make : command not found'. Is there anything is not installed ?

Is there a command to test the card bus service and the pcmcia card ?

Thank you

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by randyarnold In reply to Red Hat Version 6.2

Take a look at this howto.

http://metalab.unc.edu/pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO/other-formats/html_single/PCMCIA-HOWTO.html

It should help you to get things running.

Randy

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by nocloo In reply to Red Hat Version 6.2

1- You maybe installing the basic setup of RH without all the compiler and other libraries.
Load your CD and search for the make RPM and do a
rpm -Uvh make3.72.rpm
It might complain that you are missing some stuff. So just find the right RPM andretry the process.
2- Or make is not in your path
Do
PATH=$PATH:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/bin export PATH

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by teo In reply to Red Hat Version 6.2

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by nickread In reply to Red Hat Version 6.2

You simply don't have make installed.

If it was installed, it would be in your path (/usr/bin/make) else you wouldn't be able to run a number of other things.

Just use the method in answer 2 to install it with rpm (either through the command line like he says, or using KDE or Gnome graphical RPM managers)

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