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Old 31. May 2009, 10:37 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Now we do a listing of the new directory ls,
I'm not using the -l long format, because I want to see all the files.

Now we do a more README, the person who created the files
might leave special instructions for configuring or compiling the files.

Here I've scrolled down to a more important part of the file.

I don't see anything special, so lets move on.
It's time to run the configure file.
try ./configure the ./ just say the directory your currently in.

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