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rpete
December 21st, 2008, 10:14 PM
Hi, I am having trouble installing HandBrake. I have the latest version of yasm, and subversion. I have gotten messages in previous failures that two files failed libfaac and libfaad. These are both in the repository and I didn't get it this time. Below is the end of the output from the "make" command and after I tried "sudo make install". Any ideas. What does "No rule to make target 'install'" mean?

HandBrake/doc/BUILDSHARED
HandBrake/doc/COPYING
HandBrake/doc/CREDITS
HandBrake/doc/THANKS
HandBrake/doc/AUTHORS
HandBrake/doc/NEWS
HandBrake/doc/TRANSLATIONS
HandBrake/doc/BUILD
richard@dell-desktop:~/HandBrake$ sudo make install
make: *** No rule to make target `install'. Stop.
richard@dell-desktop:~/HandBrake$

mc4man
December 22nd, 2008, 12:06 AM
What are you running the make install on?

Without trying not 100% but I believe handbrake and hblib are done at 'make'
Then you would build the gkt gui and that would be installed with a 'sudo make install'

Edit: built a couple of times, seems to be a couple of ways, either with 'make' or './configure && jam'

when that's done

cd gtk && ./autogen.sh

At this point 'make 'installs to /usr/local, to change to /usr then,

./configure --prefix=/usr && make


And then either
sudo make install, or (red to just make the .deb


sudo checkinstall --fstrans=no --install=no

Make sure you give it a new version number in checkinstall (name, comments, ect. if wanted