[CentOS] can't "make" - SOLVED
ssilva at sgvwater.com
Wed Apr 8 00:43:51 UTC 2009
on 4-5-2009 8:38 AM Michael Klinosky spake the following:
> Jim Perrin wrote:
>> Your build error is for 2.6.18-128, but your kernel-devel is for
>> -128.1.6. Mostly, your problems should be solved if you run a 'yum
>> update' and reboot. This will ensure that you've got the updated
>> kernel (you probably already do, but a yum update will make sure) and
>> that your kernel matches the kernel-devel package you have installed.
> I noticed this:
> ---> Package kernel.i686 0:2.6.18-128.1.6.el5 set to be installed
> Well, I updated, rebooted and tried again - it worked!! :)
> Thank you!
> I asked about 'make' as $ (I recall someone stating on a maillist that $
> could 'make', but # had to 'make install'). Seems that's wrong; I had to
> be root to make.
> Is there a log of 'yum update' results?
> Btw, just in case I confused anyone:
> > Be aware that I have 5.2 on it, and did the same
> > process, and it worked great!
> I meant to type "... I had 5.2 on it, ..." :)
No one said that root can't compile, it is just not safe to do so. You usually
compile as a user, and install as root. ($ and #)
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