> From: Philip Oakley <philipoak...@iee.org>
> I then compiled with 'make prefix=/usr/local all' and got what I think
> was a successful compile.
I don't know how to compile Git, but the general practice in Unix
builds is for "make" to *compile* the needed code, but only into files
within the source/build directories. Then one does "make install" to
copy the compiled files into their intended destination locations.
There is usually a text file named README or INSTALL that described
the particular make commands needed to build and install the package.
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