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Old 11-23-2003, 11:33 AM   #1
BongFish
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Cannot find tclConfig.sh


I've just swapped from XP to Slack 9.1 on my main computer, I love it and have everything working correctly but I would really like to get some Win32 apps such as DC++ working under wine.

I have compiled and installed wine correctly but I'm having huge trouble setting it up so I first turned to wineconf.tcl but this doesn't work and errors out all the time with errors like "Error:Can't read 'varpath':no such variable" and "No such command name".

I turned to winesetuptk but when compiling I get the error "warning: you have to specify --with-tcltk option."

When I compile with --with-tcltk I then get the error "checking for yes/local/lib/tclConfig.sh... not found"

I did a Slocate and there's a tclConfig.sh in /usr/lib/.

Does anyone know how I can fix this to get it to compile/know any other foolproof way to set up wine?

Thanks a lot.
 
  


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