I keep seeing people saying
make; make install is bad. I can't seem to find anyone with a reasonable explanation.
So, why is it bad? Or why does people tend to say "It's bad, use clear install instead" or alike?
For the daily use it is better to run
But sometimes you need to install a software and there is no pre-compiled package in the repository or a installer for the package. In this case you will have to use
This is why I wouldn't say "it's bad". It is not the best way to install for dayly use, but sometimes it is just necessary.