Linux RPM depenancies
mlecha at music.mcgill.ca
Wed Nov 4 18:29:28 CET 1998
> (called dll4s in Windows world).
How did you guess? <g>
> There are different possibilities what had happened:
> 1) Redhat has named the libraries slightly different.
> 2) You have not installed the libraries.
2) I suspect that they're installed. I verified that these are
1) possibly renamed?
tcl-8.0.2-16 RPM for i386
Files < ..partial list.. >
tk-8.0.2-16 RPM for i386
> If you have installed them you should find them
> in either /usr/lib or /usr/X11R6/lib or similar.
Yes. /usr/lib as above.
So, should I copy?:
libtcl8.0.so >> to >> libtc8.0.so.1
libtk8.0.so >> to >> libtk8.0.so.1
Well, I'll try it anyways.
> Well, you could try, if your system is set up correctly (compiler,... )
> then it will work. You still have to have these libraries installed
I didn't get very far with that. I'll try the above first.
> BTW I am using Debian, which is hard to install for a newbie too ..
Well, I'm felling less and less and newbie by the minute!
Thanks for all of your suggestions.
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