You should check your installation to ensure that installing GNUnet was successful up to this point. You should be able to access GNUnet’s binaries and run GNUnet’s self check.
$ which gnunet-arm $PREFIX/bin/gnunet-arm
should return $PREFIX/bin/gnunet-arm (where $PREFIX is the location you have set earlier). It should be located in your GNUnet installation and the output should not be empty.
If you see an output like:
$ which gnunet-arm
check your PATH variable to ensure GNUnet’s bin directory is included.
GNUnet provides tests for all of its subcomponents. Assuming you have successfully built GNUnet, run
$ cd gnunet $ make check
to execute tests for all components.
make check traverses all
subdirectories in src. For every subdirectory you should
get a message like this:
make: Entering directory `/home/$USER/gnunet/contrib' PASS: test_gnunet_prefix ============= 1 test passed =============