Re: [ROOT] windows installation problem

From: Axel Naumann (
Date: Fri Sep 24 2004 - 15:51:08 MEST

Hi Alan,
there's no need to run configure, as you installed the binaries 
(win32gdk). You only need to configure if you build root from sources. 
In your case you want to unpack your binaries including paths somewhere 
(say C:\), set %ROOTSYS to that directory\root (e.g. C:\root), and %PATH 
to %ROOTSYS%\bin (e.g. C:\root\bin).

Alan Robertson wrote:
> Hello,
>       I have tried to install root v3.10.02.win32gdk on my Windows 200
> laptop, and despite following the online instructions to the letter, it
> does not work. It fails when I put in the command:
> ./configure --help=debug
> it says:
> bash: ./configure: No such file or directory
> Ideas greatly appreciated..
> Alan 

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