./configure => 'file not found'

Keith Starsmeare kxs@bigfoot.com
Mon Aug 2 00:20:00 GMT 1999

John.Velman@HSC.com wrote:
> I had been using b19.x for some time, but finally decided to upgrade to b20.
> I've been
> gradually setting up things that I use regularly, but hadn't tried to compile
> anything yet.
> Finally, this afternoon I decided to test compiling with gnu hello.
> But   here is what happens (cut and paste from my bash session):
> bash-2.02$ ls
> COPYING         TAGS            getopt1.c       hello.info      mkinstalldirs*
> ChangeLog       alloca.c        gpl.texinfo     hello.ky        testdata
> INSTALL         configure*      hello.c         hello.pg        texinfo.tex
> bash-2.02$ ./configure
> bash: ./configure: No such file or directory

Have you mounted /bin? The script is probably looking for /bin/sh.

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