Mac OS X has a solid UNIX background and as such mounts all HDD as well as CD and external drives
under a directory called Volumes. For usability in the GUI many drive names have spaces in them.
Instead of representing the space as "¥ " the space is represented as " " which is incorrect and causes
the build to be unable to proceed. I know this to be the case on several normal Linux and *BSD
distributions as well. This is minor because anyone who would be building should have enough
knowledge to use a symbolic link to get around the issue anyway.
Can you post some output to illustrate the problem?
configure: creating ./config.status
config.status: creating include/stamp-h
config.status: creating Makefile
config.status: creating script/findsmb
config.status: creating smbadduser
config.status: creating script/gen-8bit-gap.sh
config.status: creating include/config.h
Tirako:/Volumes/Tirako UFS/code/samba-3.0.4/source ack$ make
make: Circular /Volumes/Tirako <- /Volumes/Tirako dependency dropped.
make: *** No rule to make target `UFS/code/samba-3.0.4/source/configure.in', needed by `/Volumes/
Tirako:/Volumes/Tirako UFS/code/samba-3.0.4/source ack$ pwd
Please retest against a current release and reopen if the issue still exists.