I am quite new to Linux and am trying to install Tirex on an Ubuntu server. Tirex is mapping-related software, and its instructions indicate that to use it one must "install from source or build your own Debian/Ubuntu packages."
After a fair amount of dependency-related trial and error (mostly), I have managed to get the following commands to execute successfully: (see above link for more info)
make sudo make install
However, after doing that, I am having trouble getting Tirex to run as I expect it might, and I notice on the instruction page that the Debian/Ubuntu packages will take care of some setup configuration. This is where I have trouble.
When I run...
...it seems to compile okay (a few warnings, but no errors that stop it), but I don't see any .deb packages created. There are some new directories and files but no .deb files.
How do I know if
make deb has been successful, and/or how do I install the results if it has been (and there isn't a .deb file)?