wow at together.net
Mon Mar 14 13:44:05 CST 2005
While I'm not at all familiar with Terminal, I believe I get into the
correct folder. Typed MAKE. Received back error COMMAND NOT FOUND.
On Mar 14, 2005, at 2:14 PM, Alex Tweedly wrote:
> Richard Miller wrote:
>> Thanks, Alex. I've been trying this out, but it appears the download
>> at http://www.macstumbler.com/airport.tar.gz is a folder containing
>> the pieces of the full script. It looks like it needs to be turned
>> into a Unix Executable File, but I don't know how to do that. Anyone
>> here have guidance on this?
> I'd try just cd'ing in to the folder airport that is created when you
> unpack it, and typing the command "make"
> It may fail (in which case, send the error reports) but assuming the
> appropriate C compiler is standard on OS X, that should create an
> executable called simply "airport"
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