Originally Posted by knudfl
tcllib(-1.10-1.el5) : You may have got the package
by coincidence in Fedora.
# yum install tcllib
.. will do , I guess.
'tcllib' is in the 'epel repo'.
> > Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux
I know this thread is rather old, but I am banging my head with the same issues. RHEL 5 and I am trying to run the "sguild" program and get this:
[email@example.com ~]# sguild
ERROR: The sha1 package does NOT appear to be installed on this sysem.
The sha1 package is part of the tcllib extension. A port/package is available for most linux and BSD systems.
I don't understand why sha1 is required rather than sha2, but that's neither here nor there.
The tcllib stuff is loaded:
[firstname.lastname@example.org ~]# rpm -qa tcllib
I do have tcl and tclx built in another location, away from the default
tcl (because I need non-threading tcl).
Help before I pull out what little hair I have left!!!