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Originally Posted by AD6XS No I copied from the terminal exactly. I am 98% sure what you see is what I saw in my terminal window. In that case make ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AD6XS
    No I copied from the terminal exactly. I am 98% sure what you see is what I saw in my terminal window.
    In that case make the modification I suggested.The relevant line
    probably exists inside /usr/local/irqtune/src/Makefile

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    Arrrrgh , no forget it , it was a stupid suggestion.Perhaps tomorrow I'll have a better idea.

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    Response to Cabhan:
    Yes the file exists and is executable

    Code:
    [root@localhost irqtune]# ls -l sbin/irqtune
    -rwxr-xr-x  1 109 USER 18329 Oct 16  1997 sbin/irqtune*
    [root@localhost irqtune]#

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    What was your working directory when you ran this command ie the output
    of pwd ?

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    Ok...
    Code:
    [root@localhost sam]# cd /usr/local/irqtune
    [root@localhost irqtune]# ls -l /sbin/irqtune
    Does that make sense? I got into irqtune's home directory, and then told 'ls' to go deeper in.

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    Try running make install again and see if you get the same error message.

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    So far no luck. I will try tomorrow morning. What is the command to delete a directory? I know 'rm', but it seems to only work for files. This way I can delete the irqtune directory and try a fresh one.

    -AD6XS

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    Code:
    rm -R <directory>
    The -R tells it to do it recursively; it deletes all files within a directory then the empty directory.

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    #> Deleted irqtune main folder and all files.
    #> Untarred irqtune.tgz unto a fresh irqtune dir.
    Then...
    Code:
    &#91;root@localhost irqtune&#93;# make install
    &#40;cd /usr/local/irqtune/sbin ; make -f /usr/local/irqtune/src/Makefile CDEBUG='' CFLAGS_EXTRA='' IRQTUNE_HOME=/usr/local/irqtune IRQTUNE_VERSION=0.6 INSTALL=simple INSTALLER=/usr/local/irqtune/sbin/irqtune SBIN=/sbin install&#41;
    make&#91;1&#93;&#58; Entering directory `/usr/local/irqtune/sbin'
    /usr/local/irqtune/sbin/irqtune -i simple /sbin /usr/local/irqtune
    make&#91;1&#93;&#58; /usr/local/irqtune/sbin/irqtune&#58; Command not found
    make&#91;1&#93;&#58; *** &#91;install&#93; Error 127
    make&#91;1&#93;&#58; Leaving directory `/usr/local/irqtune/sbin'
    No luck.

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    Type ls -l /usr/local/irqtune/sbin/irqtune If it tells you that the
    file exists and is executable then type make install again.

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