[rrd-users] Re: A really dorky question (installing RRDtool 101)
julius at softwell.se
Tue Jun 26 12:22:31 MEST 2001
The rrdtoo~1 file that you are left with is
probably a directory, and it seems to me that
you simply were not in that directory when
you tried to run "sh configure".
Run the command "cd rrdtoo~1", and then, when
you are there, run "sh configure".
On Mon, 25 Jun 2001, Bud CTR Gordon wrote:
> Okay I have downloaded the file rrdtoo~1.gz and put it in my RRDtool folder, when I run gunzip the file I am left with a rrdtoo~1 how can I "sh configure" when there is no "configure"? Forgive my ignorance obviously I am no UNIX admin.
> Sincere thanks
> Bud Gordon
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