On Sun, 16 Jun 1996, Chris Sosbe wrote: > >> Fatal: 'interpreter.h' does not exist - don't know how to make it > > The file is there... Thats what I can't figure out. As soon as I got that > error I checked to make sure. Not sure if this will be of any help. I don't use Win95 so this might have nothing to do with it. I was removing my screen.h header file about two months ago since I no longer needed it. When I tried to compile the MUD, 'make' gave an error kind of like the one you show. Upon further inspection I realized I had left 'screen.h' in the dependicies list of one of the files. Now I know that seems unrelated, but apply the knowledge. Check to make sure that your Makefile has 'interpreter.h' spelled correctly and/or that your actual file is spelled correctly. This could be the problem.
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