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10.4: Recover a dead hard drive using GNU ddrescue
Authored by: vykor on Jul 28, '05 06:37:52PM

Make install would just put a copy of the binary in /usr/local/bin (if you didn't configure it with some other prefix). You could do that, or you could just run it out of the build directory if you don't want to install the binary into the official binary directory, for whatever reason. This particular piece of software ought to work either way.



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10.4: Recover a dead hard drive using GNU ddrescue
Authored by: DuallyG5 on Sep 05, '05 10:24:28AM

I can't seem to get it compiled
./configure says

VPATH = .
prefix = /usr/local
datadir = $(prefix)/share
infodir = $(datadir)/info
mandir = $(datadir)/man
OK. Now you can run make.

so now what ? any ideas ???



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