Can I run LaTeX-Mk on my favorite operating system?
How can I tell if I have BSD make?
If you are running a BSD operating system such as NetBSD
or FreeBSD, then you have BSD make. If you are on another
operating system, it is possible that someone may have installed a BSD compatible make under
How can I tell if I have GNU make?
Under some operating systems such as GNU/Linux, the program
GNU Make 3.80 Copyright (C) 2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc. This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.Then you have GNU make. Many times, GNU make is installed under the name "
I have GNU make but LaTeX-Mk Doesn't Work.
Make sure you have at least version 3.80 or newer of GNU make.
Try running "
I don't use *BSD but want BSD make. How can I get it?
A portable snapshot of NetBSD's make can be downloaded from the files section of the LaTeX-Mk Sourceforge Project Page.
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