shreesha21 <> writes:
> make[4]: Leaving directory
> `/home/shreesha/platform/utils/postgresql-9.3.4/src/port'
> /home/shreesha/platform/tools/bin/make -C timezone all
> make[4]: Entering directory
> `/home/shreesha/platform/utils/postgresql-9.3.4/src/timezone'
> I am trying to install postgresql on MIPS platform and I am getting the
> following error while building it.

> /home/shreesha/platform/tools/bin/make -C common all

> **make: Entering an unknown directory**

> make: *** common: No such file or directory.  Stop.

> make: Leaving an unknown directory

> make[4]: *** [common-recursive] Error 2

What seems like the most likely bet here is that make has inherited the
setting for SUBDIRS in src/Makefile into the child run in src/timezone/,
and so it's looking for a subdirectory "common" which of course ain't
there.  Why this would not have happened within the previous two
subdirectories isn't real clear, but in any case that would be a bug
in "make".

What make version are you using?  Can you try another one?  If you're
trying a parallel build, maybe don't do that.

                        regards, tom lane

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