bash: make: command not found
Make command is generally used while installing the package from source code.
make utility helps to maintain groups of programs
There are four types of lines in a makefile: file dependency specifications, shell commands, variable assignments, and comments. In general, lines can be continued from one line to the next by ending them with a (backslash). The trailing newline character and initial white space on the following line are compressed into a single space.
Many times when I work in linux system I usually find this error message.I made a thought to write in a post which will help the newbie linux users.
To solve this issue use the below given command.
In CentOS and Red Hat
yum install make
In Ubuntu and Debian
sudo apt-get install make
Now check it make command will work