?? Need some help!

Drewe Zanki drewe at arntech.com.au
Sun Feb 1 05:07:30 EST 2004

Thanks Craig,

Problem turned out ot be laziness on my part - instead of extracting the tar
from the command line I did it through an apache share from a w*n box - I
deleted it and used to good ol' command line, and got a lot further!


Craig Ringer (craig at postnewspapers.com.au) wrote:
> On Fri, 2004-01-30 at 06:32, Drewe Zanki wrote:
> > I have no idea what is going on here - I am trying to install Cyrus and SASL,
> > but have a problem at ./configure - here is what I get -
> >
> > [root at server cyrus-sasl-2.1.17]# ./configure
> > : bad interpreter: No such file or directory
> That's rather odd. /bin/sh is not in some way broken or missing? What
> happens if you try:
> 	/bin/bash configure
> instead? What happens if you run '/bin/sh'?
> Have you for some reason edited 'configure' or regenerated it with the
> autotools?
> > ??
> > So I uncommented the first line (! /bin/sh) and ran it again -
> That'll never work. the first line is a 'magic' comment that tells the
> OS what interpreter to run the script with.
> > Can someone point me in the right direction - or tell me where I am going
> > wrong? I have had no problems in the past compiling anything, so I guess this
> > is a first :-).
> Check your filesystems and make sure there's no FS corruption. I'd also
> run a `badblocks` scan and use smartctl to query my disks for possible
> faults.
> Craig Ringer

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