configure command not found
I am using openSUSE 10.2 on my system. Recently, I screwed up my system while updating the kernel to 188.8.131.52 and so I had to do a reinstall. Later, while trying to install a game (Super Maryo Chronicles), I followed the following steps:
1) sh ./autogen.sh (there was a file called autogen.sh in the untarred SMC folder)
2) The above command created a file called configure in the directory.
But when I try to run ./configure, bash says "configure : Comand not found".
I tried to see if theres a manual entry for configure (man configure) but theres not even a manual entry for it.
THe thing is all these commands were working fine before the reinstall. What could be wrong? I tried the ./configure command for other packages but got the same result.
What do i need to do to resolve this?