This article covers how to install make on Ubuntu 20.04. In fact, Make package is an utility for directing compilation of system Software.
How to Fix the "make: command not found" Error in Ubuntu ?
1. Before fixing the error, first, you need to verify if make is installed on your system. To do so, use the ls function to check the content of the /usr/bin/make directory:
$ ls /usr/bin/make
2. Further on, check if you are able to execute the command with its absolute path:
3. If the above methods don't work and display an error, then your system doesn't have make installed.
4. Update your system's repository list using APT:
$ sudo apt-get update
5. Then, install the make command:
$ sudo apt-get install -y make
6. If the aforementioned commands don't work, you can install make by downloading the build-essential package, as follows:
$ sudo apt install build-essential
The build-essential package consists of all the necessary packages related to package building and compilation. The make command is a part of these packages.