[Spread-users] compile error

Sebastian Kühner skuehner at veraza.com
Mon Sep 5 14:02:41 EDT 2005


Many thanks! The problem was that I didn't unpack correctly. I unpacked in
Windows (easier to handle like Linux!!) and copied the files. That's
So I unpacked with: tar xvf spread-src-3.17.3.tar

Now I've made the following steps:

* ./configure, make, make install    --> SUCCESS
* Create user and group "spread"
* Create directory /var/run/spread    (this wasn't in any documentation, but
I had an error message with this - "chroot somebadmessage")
* Start spread with spread -c spread.conf -l y

Error: Log_alive: error (No such file or directory) could not open file

I found that file (sync1) in the source directory. The program not.

Does anybody of you know how to make that work? Why do I have so many
errors? It' my Slackware distribution?



----- Original Message ----- 
From: <spread.org-deveopment at superfrink.net>
To: <spread-users at lists.spread.org>
Sent: Monday, September 05, 2005 1:40 PM
Subject: Re: [Spread-users] compile error

> > I have Slackware Linux and I tried to compile spread, but there appears
> > error after "./configure":
> >
> > : bad interpreter: No such file or directory
> I built version 3.17.03 on both Slackware 9.1 and Slackware 10.0 using the
> command:
>    ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/spread && make && sudo make install
> I think the only time I've seen the message ": bad interpreter: No such
> file or directory" is when a program specified on a "#!" line can't be
> found.
> For example if you have a file named "xxxx" that starts with the line
> "#!/bin/foo/bar/baz" and that file does not exist then you will see the
> message:
>    -bash: ./xxxx: /bin/foo/bar/baz: bad interpreter: No such file or
> /Chad
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