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Make dosemu problem

Posted on 1997-03-01
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When I try to do "amke" as it says in the dosemu quickstar I get:

make[1]: No rule to make target `usr/src/linux-2.0.0/Makefile', needed by `include/kversion.h'. Stop.

What is the problem here?

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This indicates that your configuration went wrong.

I had this problem myself, and doing `make pristine', followed by ./configure should solve it.

(You do have your kernel source under /usr/src/linux? dosemu won't compile if it can't find your kernel source.)
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