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Help installing .tar.bz2 files

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Sir,

 

I am trying to install a game which I hv downloaded and I followed the rules provided in the forum about how to install .tzr.bz2 files.

 

But in the step where we have to make a configuration file it is saying "bash: ./configure is not a command".

 

What should I do???

 

Please help me.

 

 

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The ./configure will be referring to you being in the particular directory where configure exists as this prepares the source file that you downloaded for it to then be compiled and installed. Also, for compiling you'd probably need some additional development tools, such as make and possibly even gcc.

 

[ian@esprit ~]$ urpmq -i make && urpmq -i gcc
Name		: make
Version	 : 3.81
Release	 : 3mdv2009.0
Group	   : Development/Other
Size		: 1094541					  Architecture: x86_64
Source RPM  : make-3.81-3mdv2009.0.src.rpm
URL		 : http://www.gnu.org/directory/GNU/make.html
Summary	 : A GNU tool which simplifies the build process for users
Description :
A GNU tool for controlling the generation of executables and other
non-source files of a program from the program's source files.  Make
allows users to build and install packages without any significant
knowledge about the details of the build process.  The details about how
the program should be built are provided for make in the program's
makefile.

The GNU make tool should be installed on your system because it is
commonly used to simplify the process of installing programs.

Name		: gcc
Version	 : 4.3.2
Release	 : 3mnb2
Group	   : Development/C
Size		: 19066519					 Architecture: x86_64
Source RPM  : gcc-4.3.2-3mnb2.src.rpm
URL		 : http://gcc.gnu.org/
Summary	 : GNU Compiler Collection
Description :
A compiler aimed at integrating all the optimizations and features
necessary for a high-performance and stable development environment.
This package is required for all other GCC compilers, namely C++,
Fortran 95, Objective C, Java and Ada 95.

 

the documentation/README in the file downloaded should tell you what you need to get it compiled and installed.

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