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"does not work" does not help :)

It sounds like you're saying "I couldn't get the INSTALL instructions to work, so I'm asking what this make install error means. Instead, if the INSTALL instructions did not work, we need to know why. We would need to see what INSTALL step you were on when it failed, what you expected to happen, and what actually happened. Sharing the error messages will help tremendously.

Good luck!

In reply to Re^3: No rule to make target '/usr/lib/clucene_dll.o', needed by '' by Ovid
in thread No rule to make target '/usr/lib/clucene_dll.o', needed by '' by

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