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April 13, 2013, 03:20:54 AM
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Still trying to get CGMiner installed on Ubuntu 12.1.

Getting an error when using the autogen.sh

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~/mining/ckolivas-cgminer-4c19604$ ./autogen.sh
Running autoreconf -if...
./autogen.sh: 8: ./autogen.sh: autoreconf: not found

I tried inserting this line but it didn't work wither:

dh_autoreconf autoreconf --

Any ideas on what to try?

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The easiest way to install the ATI AMD SPP sdk on linux is to actually put it
into a system location. Then building will be simpler. Download the correct
version for either 32 bit or 64 bit from here:

What is meant by a system location? Which directory?
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The easiest way to install the ATI AMD SPP sdk on linux is to actually put it
into a system location. Then building will be simpler. Download the correct
version for either 32 bit or 64 bit from here:

What is meant by a system location? Which directory?

ADL_SDK dir

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