maybe i have unrealistic expectations, God knows, i'm not living in a perfect universe, but it would be nice if, when i tried to run the make and the configure commands, and the operating system can't find them, to prompt me with "the make and configure packages are not installed.

debian - -bash: sudo: command not found - Unix & Linux By default sudo is not installed on Debian, but you can install it. First enable su-mode: su - Install sudo by running: apt-get install sudo -y. After that you would need to play around with users and permissions. Give sudo right to your own user. usermod -aG sudo yourusername. Make sure your sudoers file have sudo group added. Run: Debian and Ubuntu development tools installation, make gcc How to install Debian development tools, so you can develop and compile software on Debian Linux Debian and Ubuntu development tools installation, make gcc and others How to install development tools in Debian and Ubuntu [Easy Fix] add-apt-repository command not found - Ubuntu

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If the command is not installed before then you will get the error, “ –bash:wget:Command not found”. $ wget –V. The following output shows that wget command of version 1.19.4 is installed on the system. Install wget command on Ubuntu. Run the following command to install wget command on Ubuntu. make : command not found??!! - LinuxForums.org Feb 27, 2005

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