AW: AW: [ic] Install: Options

Dinger, Jan Jan.Dinger at
Wed Nov 17 10:36:58 EST 2004

Year, i see.

Then download interchange again and extract it with the follow paramenter, type: tar xzf pakage

Then you have your directory. After you have extract interchange, install Perl with the follow prefix:

/configure --prefix=/[your optional path]

make install

Do not use the rpm of perl for your red hat distribution. 

The you can go to the interchange directory.

Remember: Check the permission. If run the ./configue for interchange as root and it wont work then run under a other user.

Example: interch

> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Jamie Neil [mailto:jamie at] 
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 17. November 2004 16:13
> An: interchange-users at
> Betreff: Re: AW: [ic] Install: Options
> Dinger, Jan wrote:
> > You must definie the path to your perl installation: for example: 
> > /op/perl/bin/perl And then you must go to the interchange bin 
> > directory, and type: [perl path (look at the example)] ./configure 
> > Remember the path do you type must be relative NOT document 
> relativ It 
> > must work fine.
> I'm trying to get the IC 5.2.0 debs working with a local perl 
> on Debian 
> Sarge but I'm having problems manually setting the perl path 
> in all the 
> scripts in the Interchange bin directory.
> This looks like it might be the solution but my configure 
> script seems 
> to be missing:
>    server:/usr/lib/interchange/bin# /usr/local/bin/perl ./configure
>    Can't open perl script "./configure": No such file or directory.
> Is this a Debian thing or am I looking in the wrong place?
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