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Yes...I just reran ./autogen.sh again (with my plugin in place) and I
still get the same result.
I did not overwrite anything in the top level.
I checked out version 1.4.0
put my dissector in the plugin directory
If I try to cd into my dissector directory and do a make...I get the
same error as last time.
Any other thoughts is greatly appreciated.
On 10/5/2010 10:44 AM, Jeff Morriss wrote:
> Brian Oleksa wrote:
>> This is exactly what I did.
>> I got the 1.4 sources and compiled it on linux and started wireshark.
>> Everything worked fine.
>> On the same machine (about 1 year ago)...I got version 1.1.2 compiled
>> and working on my machine with my dissector. (not sure exactly what I
>> did to get it working)
>> So all I did was grab my dissectors directory only....and dropped it in
>> the plugin folder of 1.4.0.
>> When I do a make install....I get this error:
>> make: *** No rule to make target `../../aclocal-fallback/libgnutls.m4',
>> needed by `Makefile.in'. Stop.
> Did you re-run ./autogen.sh after adding your plugin? It seems your
> Makefile.in needs to be rebuilt. (libgnutls.m4 was removed in rev 28874.)
> Or: did you overwrite the top-level configure.in ?
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