Page content loaded. Mar 7, 6: Is it not there for you? Or is it simply a case that your have the PATH veriable set incorrectly?
Google to find relevant information, if installed Xcode will be able to run make , but now does not work. Mar 7, 7: If you installed xcode you could run make provided a you set your execution paths correctly and b you actually know how to use make.
Make has a learning curve to it. Just typing "make" at a terminal isn't going to do anything except report it's missing the input file. If you don't understand any of this then ds store is correct and you shouldn't be fiddling around in terminal like this.
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You need to read about how bash works, how to use gcc make, and what you should and should not do at the terminal level since you could easily wipe your system out. And if you installed xcode you wouldn't need make since xcode supplies a full development environment for you so you don't have to explicitly use make. Mar 7, 8: You probably didn't specify a makefile or you specified the wrong path or you executed it in the wrong directory.
Read carefully the instructions supplied with the source code you're trying to compile.
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