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How can I know  GNU Make installed in Unix

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How can I know  GNU Make installed in Unix?
when i install ApacheJServ in Unix, it notice GNU make uninstall but i install make-3.75 in system.
Have you any answer for me?
Thank
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At a prompt, type --> make -v

GNU make will show a line to the effect of "GNU Make 3.80" or something like that.

You may wish to issue "which make" to determine exactly which executable is being referenced.
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Sometimes gnu make is called gmake, so try gmake -v too, and it is usually locaded in /usr/local/bin, insted of default make which is in /usr/bin
Apache modules are best built in same environment as Apache, including make and compiler, to avoid late surprises.
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I think I was the first to answer the Question.
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I agree ....
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