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I tried to install/compile utorrent like that:

sudo ./configure
make
make install

and like that:

sudo ./configure --prefix=/path
make
make install

and like that:

sudo ./configure --enable-static-link \
--prefix=$XXX/static --with-curses &&
make &&
make install

and it didn't work!

I get Error: ./configure: No such file or directory.

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Is there any uTorrent client or did you install uTorrent server? I can't see any client package for Linux on its site. And server package is not a source file, it is a binary. That means you can't compile it. –  heartsmagic Nov 12 '11 at 20:53
    
If you open the source map, can you find a configure file in it? if not, then the error is correct. They might have spelled it in a strange way! Good luck! :-) –  Alvar Jan 24 '12 at 21:28

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you need to go to the source of the tar.gz via the command cd. So if you have it on the Desktop it could be something like this:

cd Desktop/

When you start a terminal you are in the directory home.

So if I wanted to do the first type of command I would:

cd Desktop/FILE

./configure

make

make install 

the ./ command just tells the console that you will start in the current folder. with ../ you go up one folder.

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i try to do cd/desktop/"folder file name after extract" and than ./configure and it didnt work.. same Error –  AAA Nov 12 '11 at 17:33
    
is there a file that is listed as "configure" ? normally you should use the command "cd" to navigate to a folder which contains a configure file and a install file. If you find that folder try the commands again with that folder as source. –  Alvar Nov 12 '11 at 20:06

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