Off topic: Re: 1st install on Linux (RH 7.0) I hit a snaggg !!!
adam at deprince.net
Tue Feb 20 00:32:21 EST 2001
Chris Nelson wrote:
> bowman wrote:
> > Chris Nelson <fimafeng at yahoo.com> wrote in message
> > news:3A93280C.2080802 at yahoo.com...
> >> "Tkinter-2.0-8.0-3 requires libtcl8.0.so"
> >> "Tkinter-2.0-8.0-3 requires libtk8.0.so"
> >> I show the following RPMs as beeing installed...
> >> tcl 8.3.1-46
> >> tcl 8.2.0-46
> >> tk 8.3.1-46
> > welcome to rpm hell. tcl8.0 is not tcl8.3. unless you have some
> > dependencies, you might remove the 8.3 rpms and install 8.0. I don't know if
> > the problems were resolved, but there were some issues with 8.3 that caused
> > people building packages that required tcl/tk to revert back to 8.0. rpm's
> > are fine things, but they imply your machine has all the bits and pieces
> > that the build machine had, which is not always the case.
> I removed the 8.3 libraries (even though it said there were
> dependencies..installed the 8.0.5 series of tcl and tk....and TKinter
> installed all right. I was goint to then upgrade the 8.0's back to 8.3
> but I got the warning about those libraries mentioned above so I decided
> to wait.
> BTW.. How do I start the IDLE in Linux???
At risk of going off topic for this group, but you mentioned that you
use Redhat 7.0
I belive IDLE is an optional part of the RedHat install (well, its on my
machine, I run RH7, and it lives in /usr/bin, not the place my installed
goodies go, so I guess it comes w/ RH7). If you have the space, select
the "everything" option during your install.
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