I read both INSTALL and README.linux; I Googled hard for more info. I didn't find enough to make the process easy for me. I agree that I should amend this node to point to the appropriate docs.
I feel that I may have made the task unnecessarily difficult by running Configure interactively. (I don't think interactive mode should be so difficult to use but that's another node.) I'm not sure why I was so certain that I needed to be interactive here. I'm going to try a non-interactive build and if it does what I want, I'll amend this node to follow. Thanks for pushing.
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