Re: Compile/Install Instructions for 1.0AR.6 Release Source Code
Except for a few warning messages concerning linux,
Which ones ?
to find a list of C code and header files. How would one go about compiling or installing such files in this format.
This is a very good question. I found that OpenIndiana is not open to developers, I did not even find a public <stdio.h>, and I had to adapt the GNU header files.
Are these source tarballs intended to be compiled and installed? If so, how?
Of course they are, and they really are the source files I used, but I needed to do a lot of hacking. Please direct this question to the OpenIndiana team (but they do not have the required manpower and I did not get help from them).
Within fuse-kernel-1.0AR.6.tgz you should have everything needed (configure, etc.) provided you have a building environment for OpenIndiana. For fuse-kernel-1.0AR.6.tgz I simply compiled on Linux, but you should be able to copy the C files into the original source package and use the original procedures. Ask details from the OpenIndiana team.
Now, why did you want to compile yourself ?