make without /bin/sh
aventius at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 22:05:57 PDT 2005
Ok so I completed all of part 5 and am starting to install the basic
system. Now here's the problem... when I run "make install" in
man-pages, it prompts that it can't find "/bin/sh" which is fine
because I haven't installed the sym-link.
My question is... how can I go about running "make install" without
even creating the sym-link and actually never have a "bin" directory.
Obviously "/bin/sh" is hard-wired into make or gcc or something else...
but is there a way to compile make & gcc so that it looks for the shell
somewhere else.... say SHELL=/executables/shell
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