[GRASS-user] configure problem
William L. Baker
bakerwl at uwyo.edu
Thu Aug 14 09:58:31 EDT 2008
Thanks, Glynn. I will check that. Pretty sure that the source was
grass6.3.0.tar.gz from http://grass.itc.it/download/index.php, but I got
it a few weeks ago. I'm downloading that again now and will verify if
the CF-LF is in there.
Glynn Clements wrote:
> William L. Baker wrote:
>> This should be easy, but I can't figure it out. On Open SUSE 11.0, which
>> has a bash shell, ./configure works fine with all kinds of packages
>> (e.g., gdal, geos), but in grass 6.3, I just typed ./configure, and
>> here's the error message:
>> ./configure: /bin/sh M: bad interpreter: no such file or directory
> My guess is that the configure script has DOS CR-LF line endings, so
> the shebang line is actually:
> where ^M is a CR character, which will be treated as part of the
> interpreter name.
> How did you obtain the source code?
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