Topic: SF/Linux error : "sh: 1: \usr\bin\wmake: not found"
When trying for the first time to BUILD a project that has been ported from one Linux system (where it was BUILt successfully) to another Linux system,
When trying for the first time to BUILD a project that has been MOVED from one place in a Linux file structure (where it was BUILt successfully) to another place in the same Linux file structure,
...this happened both times.
============================================================================== Generating Makefile... Okay ============================================================================== sh: 1: \usr\bin\wmake: not found * Failed *
On examining the system files, I found that the wmake file at pathname \usr\bin\wmake was in fact present. Doing a CLEAN and trying again made no difference.
Looking in Options>Make & Makefiles, I found that the 'Make location' field contained
, seemingly correctly and in spite of this error message's suggestion to the contrary.
I was able to correct the problem by clicking the 'Open' buton in Options>[Make options], and then using the file selection dialog to select the same pathname as was already showing in the 'Make location' field:
After correcting the problem as above, then saving the project and quitting, I am finding that the same problem comes back when next I open the project.