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Re: Building mirage-www

> what does "which mirari" say when *not* running as sudo?

phiho@mirage:~/mirage-www$ which mirari

are you sure you ran "eval $(opam config env)"?

I think so.
I just did it again, and the same result.



On Mon, Aug 5, 2013 at 10:40 AM, Richard Mortier <Richard.Mortier@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 5 Aug 2013, at 15:36, Phiho Hoang wrote:

> >  try "sudo make unix-socket-run"?
> phiho@mirage:~/mirage-www$ sudo make unix-socket-run
> make FLAGS="--unix --socket" run
> make[1]: Entering directory `/home/phiho/mirage-www'
> cd src && sudo mirari run www.conf --unix --socket
> sudo: mirari: command not found
> make[1]: *** [run] Error 1
> make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/phiho/mirage-www'
> make: *** [unix-socket-run] Error 2

hm, didn't expect that to help really :?

> > are you on osx or linux?
> phiho@mirage:~/mirage-www$ uname -a
> Linux mirage 3.8.0-23-generic #34-Ubuntu SMP Wed May 29 20:22:58 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
> >  i usually do that and have never seen this as a problem.
> hmm - something wrong with my environment?

probably i guess.

are you sure you ran "eval $(opam config env)"?

what does "which mirari" say when *not* running as sudo?



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