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yousemeti 02-29-2012 10:31 AM

bash: make: command not found
 
hii dear ;

I want to do that lion 10.7 php on mssql make configure

I can not install
freetds-0.91

step1 download freetds-0.91 after
terminal cd freetds-0.91

step2
./configure --prefix=/usr/local/freetds --with
-tdsver=9.0 --sysconfdir=/usr/local/freetds/conf/freetds

and error bash: make: command not found

I'm doing wrong where
plase help
best regards

vansmith 02-29-2012 10:49 AM

You need to install the Xcode developer tools. You can get them from the Mac App Store.

yousemeti 02-29-2012 11:14 AM

thank you van smith ;
This is not something I'm looking for , because and only if Commands are not supported in this release

parameters need to write toward

vansmith 02-29-2012 11:21 AM

I'm not sure what you mean here but it sounds as if you're using the just released Xcode 4.4 which, as I know remember, has changed that way that the command line tools are installed. Read the answer here for instructions.

yousemeti 02-29-2012 01:38 PM

that should not be so hard? This is not the right way,

Thank you again.
best regards

vansmith 02-29-2012 01:58 PM

What version of Xcode are you using? Prior to 4.4 the tools were includes. If you're using 4.4, the post I linked to above should get you the tools you need. There's also this relatively new project that bundles all the command line tools together without Xcode.

Dysfunction 02-29-2012 02:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vansmith (Post 1376477)
You need to install the Xcode developer tools. You can get them from the Mac App Store.



No Xcode, no gcc. No gcc, no make. If you don't have xCode installed, you can NOT compile on your system.

vansmith 02-29-2012 03:08 PM

It seems as if this process has been complicated with the recent release of Xcode 4.4 (see here). It would appear that the tools are included (naturally) but aren't added to the PATH. You can either add them to your PATH or install the command line tools independently of Xcode.

We can thank the App Store for this. Since everything has to be in an app bundle, Xcode had to be redesigned so that it could be a valid app for the MAS. Despite that, I don't understand why Apple couldn't design it in such a way that the symlinks were created.

Dysfunction 02-29-2012 03:13 PM

Sure, but if he's using 10.7... it's Lion. Can you install xCode 4.4 with Lion? I haven't even bothered to look at the lessor cat.

Additionally, I see nothing in the OP's posts that confirms he's even installed xcode, nor what version (if any, and I suspect none are installed) is installed. So.. chasing down the 4.4 issues.. is a rathole, until proven otherwise.. at least IMO :)

vansmith 02-29-2012 04:28 PM

Good point. For some reason, I had assumed that 4.4 was released for Lion. Goes to show how interested I am in ML development right now, haha. ;)


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