I have tried a couple different types of Linux and I keep getting the same error messages.
mv: cannot stat log/syslog.#: No such file or directory
fgrep syslog.#: No such file or directory
I did a google search and found a forum entry that said:
"The following could be the cause of this, as I did the same installation and have no problems installing ISPConfig on my Ubuntu 6.10.
Ubuntu developers have replaced Bash with Dash, so the regular /bin/sh that is used to be linked to /bin/bash is now pointing to /bin/dash.
You can remove the /bin/sh and create a new link using:
rm /bin/sh (or if you want to be safe: mv /bin/sh /bin/sh.dash)
ln -s /bin/bash /bin/sh"
I got a message saying that it create the (synthetic) directory, but when I tried to run autorun again, I got the same error messages.
I was able to compile the code and makefile in the scr directory, but autorun keeps giving me problems. I can manually find the files so I know they exist. I have tried giving myself several permissions uneer Users and Groups, but nothing has helped so far.
Oh, I nearly forgot. I am new to Unix/Linux so I am just starting with the commands.