{error,enoent} occurs while staring the Erlang/OTP test_server by ts:install()

Eric Liang eric.l.2046@REDACTED
Sat Feb 6 04:02:05 CET 2010

Hi all,
I'm trying the Erlang/OTP test_server, but always get the error:

    Eshell V5.7.2  (abort with ^G)
    1> ts:install().
    Running configure for cross architecture, network target name

After debug the ts_install.erl, it looks like the ts requires file:
conf_vars, while there is only one file:conf_vars.in in the test_server
directory. Would you mind having a look at this and help me out? Thanks
in advance.

The detailed steps are following:

    1 download Erlang/OTP (R13B03 now) from here
    <http://www.erlang.org/download.html>, and unpack it get dir:

    2 download test_server-3.1.1.tar.gz,
    emulator-tests-2004-05-26.tar.gz and stdlib-tests-2004-05-26.tar.gz
    from here <http://www.erlang.org/project/test_server/>, and unpack
    to dir: otp_src_R13B03

    3 cd otp_src_R13B03 and export ERL_TOP=`pwd`

    4 ./configure and make

    5 mkdir /home/sunny/codes_in_git/erlang_test for test codes.(TESTROOT)

    6.1 cd lib/test_server/ ( orignally from test_server-3.1.1.tar.gz )
    and make release_tests TESTROOT=/home/sunny/codes_in_git/erlang_test/

    6.2 cd lib/stdlib/test/ ( orignally from
    stdlib-tests-2004-05-26.tar.gz ) and make release_tests

    6.3 cd erts/emulator/test/ ( orignally from
    emulator-tests-2004-05-26.tar.gz ) and make release_tests

Though I can't install ts, but when I run: ts:tests(), the returns looks

    7> ts:tests().

Please let me know if you need anything more.

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